Goldman Sachs Employee Stalks Asian Ex-GF, Installs Cameras in Her Apartment

A former financial adviser at Goldman Sachs is now facing charges after going full-time creeper on his ex-girlfriend.

Alexander Pugmire, 33, was charged with stalking, burglary and attempted assault for actions after his breakup with Thien-Kim Tran in December 2016.

via Facebook/Alex Pugmire

According to court documents, an uninvited Pugmire appeared at Tran’s apartment after a month, the New York Post reported.

Soon, Tran discovered hidden cameras installed in her apartment, which Pugmire set up “to monitor whether she began to see other men after their breakup.”

Tran started chatting with another man, Benjamin Timsit, after their breakup, whom Pugmire allegedly stalked, too.

The madness escalated in January 2017 when Pugmire attacked Timsit with a pepper spray and hammer. The latter was sent to the hospital and required 20 stitches.

Nearly two weeks later, Pugmire showed up at Timsit’s apartment under the guise of a “maintenance worker,” wearing a ski mask and fake mustache “to check the inside of the apartment.” Timsit rejected him and called 911.

After the incident, Timsit started receiving emails from a fake address, which urged him to cut his “nonexistent relationship” with Tran.

Pugmire, whose father is crime writer John Pugmire, was fired from Goldman Sachs “about a year ago” after working for the company for two years, a spokesperson said.

The Wharton graduate is currently free on a $50,000 bail.

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