Thursday, May 29, 2008
Been to an airport lately? Anyone who has knows all too well how excruciatingly long security lines can be. As a frequent flier myself who has access to the express lane in most airports, the wait times can still be interminable.
TMZ.com recently caught up with David Caruso in an unnamed airport waiting at a security checkpoint. Moments away from walking through the metal detector, Caruso stepped out of the security line that he had probably been in too long to remember and spoke with fans. What a thoughtful guy! As he always does, he furnished autographed photos of himself and stopped to have photos taken with fans. The people in the airport were absolutely thrilled to see David Caruso. How unbelievably accommodating of him! I am not a celebrity and I wouldn't have given up my place in an airport security line for anything except an emergency.
But leave it to Caruso's fugitive Austrian stalker, Gabriele Huber, to use Caruso's gesture of kindness to twist it into something it's not to further her hate campaign against the actor. As many others have observed, for someone who claims to hate David Caruso, Huber takes advantage of any and every opportunity to disparage and denigrate him. Huber will not miss out on this one either. For the next several days, expect the usual Internet onslaught of hateful comments and innuendos originating from none other than the very, very jealous Gabriele Huber.
Be careful out there David. Your stalker is still on the run and her capture doesn't seem to be imminent. Watch your back and those of your loved ones.
Gabriele Huber remains at large wanted for threatening to murder David Caruso. She is armed and considered to be extremely dangerous. Do not attempt to apprehend this woman. Contact your local FBI or Austria's Bundeskriminalamt at +43-(0)1-531 26-0.