Despite the discoloration on her lateral inciser, Daniela Rausnitz, 25, still looks like a doable piece of ass. So doable, in fact, that her ex-lover, JP Morgan Investment Banker David Gray, 28, cheated on his wife with her, became homicidally obsessed with her, and is now basically a watered-down Marky Mark in "Fear." Gray became so infatuated that Rausnitz had to transfer to a JP Morgan branch in London to escape him. But even then, David's pursuit was relentless. Texts, emails, unsolicited visits, tracking devices, email hacking, pretending to be an agent for the Israeli secret service; you name it, he tried it.
According to Daily Mail:
David Gray, 28, is almost certain to be sacked from his prestigious role at JP Morgan after a passionate affair spiralled into an uncontrolled obsession.
The wealthy American analyst was yesterday convicted of harassing Daniela Rausnitz, 25, after she transferred to the global finance giant’s London offices to escape him.
But his behaviour became stifling and when Miss Rausnitz transferred to London to further her career and put distance between them, he followed her.
The tipping point came in August as Gray flew to London four times and subjected his victim to a relentless barrage of visits and messages.
He was extremely jealous after discovering she had a new boyfriend during one visit and caught them together at her Chelsea flat.
At one stage he sent her 176 text messages and 23 emails over just 16 hours. He even used his key to enter her Onslow Gardens home and take two candlesticks that belonged to his grandmother.
He also admitted claiming falsely that his sister had died and that he was seriously ill in a Paris hospital after an accident. He described himself as a ‘broken man’.
The court has no powers to stop him contacting his victim from America but can arrest him if he returns having done so. He is free to come to Britain if he does not contact his victim before or during the visit.
JP Morgan declined to comment.
When you read this it's easy to think that David Grey might be capable of committing a crime of passion. But once you look at his photo below (presumably taken with a red-eye reducing camera) you totally don't get that vibe from him. Really anyone's guess what went wrong here or how Rausnitz was able to say no to the seduction spewing from his eyes.
"Nobody takes Gam-Gams candlesticks! You got that?"