|Wed Sept 23 2020 12:15:15|
Update in eBay Cyberstalking Scandal: 4 to Enter Plea
By: Ina Steiner
Four out of seven former eBay employees charged with two felonies in a cyberstalking scandal
will appear before a Federal Judge next month to enter a plea. Brian Gilbert, Stephanie Popp, Stephanie Stockwell, and Veronica Zea were charged by Information on May 22nd.
Bloomberg confirmed the four will plead guilty to conspiracy to commit cyberstalking and conspiracy to tamper with witnesses (via msn.com
According to the court docket entry filed today, the hearing will be conducted by video conference on October 8th. The four will waive Indictment and plea to Information before Judge William G. Young.
Former eBay employee Phil Cooke was charged by Information on July 7th on the same charges.
Alleged co-conspirators, James Baugh and David Harville, also former eBay employees, were arrested on June 15th and, according to Bloomberg, deny wrongdoing.