TikTok dance intruder facing deportation
An alleged "stalker" who terrified a young woman when he was caught on camera intruding in her apartment while she filmed herself dancing is now facing deportation from the US after it emerged he may be in the country illegally.
Angel Moises Rodriguez-Gomez, 36, was taken into custody by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers in Baltimore on Thursday after being released on bail charged with two counts of burglary, second-degree assault, stalking and malicious destruction of property.
He was caught on camera entering 25-year-old Hannah Viverette's apartment while she filmed a TikTok video of herself dancing in her Hagerstown, Maryland apartment last month.
Hannah's lawyer Symone Redwine told TMZ the woman was "extremely relieved" he was in custody and had been released from her lease at the apartment where the video was filmed.
"She continues to search for safe, affordable housing and looks forward to continuing therapy and beginning self-defence class," the lawyer added.
Originally published as TikTok dance intruder facing deportation