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November 25, 2021

Woman Filming Dance Video in Her Home Sees a Stalker behind Her: 'I Was Prepared to Die'

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A woman pressed record on her camera phone and started dancing to a song, not knowing what she would capture a few seconds later. She was shocked to see a stranger opening her door. 

In 2020 a Hagerstown, Maryland resident got an unexpected visitor that had her fearing for her life. The woman was filming herself doing a dance routine when the incident took place.

She inadvertently had the entire experience captured on camera, and it revealed her immediate shock at the man's unwelcome and shocking presence in her house. The ordeal affected her, and she no longer felt safe at home.  

A TikToker was dancing when a stranger broke into her house via her balcony | Photo: TikTok/hrviverette

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THE STALKER WAS CHARGED 

When a man broke into her apartment, Hannah Viverette was going about her day, dancing and enjoying herself. She shared that he climbed onto her balcony and let himself in. 

The suspect, a 36-year-old male, was charged with second-degree assault, stalking, breaking, and entering as well as the malicious destruction of property. For a while, Viverette felt safe, but that changed quickly.

A woman shares that a stalker climbed onto her balcony and entered her apartment | Photo: Youtube/Inside Edition

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FEARS HE WILL RETURN

Angel Moises Rodriguez-Gomez was behind bars in the Washington County Detention Center. However, he was eventually released on bond, leaving Viverette fearing that he would return. 

Police officers visited Viverette's home and inspected the incident. She relayed the encounter, and they took down her statement. 

The man who was charged with breaking and entering a woman's apartment | Photo: Youtube/Inside Edition

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THE WOMAN WAS TERRIFIED 

The woman told authorities that she had run away from him via her front door. As seen toward the end of the clip, Viverette immediately knocked on a neighbor's door for help.

She also shared the footage with the police, and they took action. In the clip, Viverette was visibly terrified by the man. He asked her if they were friends, to which she responded with a stern no.  

A woman shares that a stalker climbed onto her balcony and entered her apartment | Photo: Youtube/Inside Edition

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SHE WAS PREPARED TO DIE

Viverette repeatedly asked him to leave, and he eventually did but not before giving her the fright of her life. She also shared the experience from her perspective. 

She said:

"When he first opened the door, I was prepared, for a few moments, to die. He kept his hands in his pockets, which is what initially scared me." 

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SHE RECOGNIZED HIM 

Viverette, who often makes videos of herself dancing, captioned the clip: “That moment when you’re recording yourself dancing and your stalker climbs your second-story balcony to break in.” 

The woman explained that she recognized the intruder after a few seconds. Viverette shared: “I had seen him before ... this is the man that’s out in his truck, that watches me from my balcony.” 

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HOPES HE WILL BE APPREHENDED 

She knew he had been stalking her for a while, and she thought he might have a weapon with him and try to harm her. Fortunately, she was able to get to safety and alert someone about the incident. 

Due to Rodriguez-Gomez's bond release, the woman did not stay at her apartment in the evenings. She added that she does not want to live in fear and hopes the police will take him off the streets where he is a danger to her and others. 

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