By Jennifer Glickel
MANHATTAN — Ivanka Trump's alleged stalker turned his appearance at Manhattan Supreme Court on Tuesday into a comedy routine, promising his next stalking victim would be former first daughter Barbara Bush, according to reports.
Justin Massler, 27, flew into New York from Reno, NV, for his latest court hearing on charges he sent threatening messages to Trump earlier this year via email and Twitter.
"I'm not even stalking anymore," Massler told the Post. "Stalking's an old thing, dude. I'm thinking of getting into jewel theft."
Massler also joked about other potential stalking targets, including Ivanka's mother Ivana, as well as another high-profile daughter.
"They asked me who I was going to stalk next," Massler told the Daily News.
"I said, Barbara Bush, the president's daughter. I'm taking it to the next level," he said jokingly.
Just last month Massler insisted he still had plans to "win her (Trump) over," and also threatened to commit suicide in Trump's Upper East Side jewelry store, according to prosecutors.
Massler is due back in court on July 22.