Lenora Claire has spent years living in terror. Her stalker contacts her every single day, violating the restraining order she has in place, often with violent threats. He made a name for himself stalking the first daughter, Ivanka Trump. Despite his long, well-documented history of terrorizing and threatening women, Lenora's stalking continues. Ivanka has the secret service to protect her. Lenora and the 7.5 million American victims of stalking don't.
In this episode, Lenora discusses how the justice system fails stalking victims and the work she's doing to change that.
Named one of LA Weekly's People of the Year, as well as the Erin Brockovich of stalking by Vice, Lenora Claire is a complex career juggling artist and advocate working to promote safety and respect for the misunderstood, and marginalized across her various projects and platforms. With diverse accomplishments ranging from her years as an entertainment journalist, media and nightlife personality, national news making art curator, casting director, and TV producer, Lenora has dedicated her life to the creation of legislation to protect victims and is currently at work on multiple TV projects, apps, initiatives, and a non-profit V. E. R. S. E. to empower others using advancements in technology.