A “Stalker” neighbor who broke into a woman when TikTok made a dance video in her apartment is being detained by ICE after it is revealed that she is staying in the United States illegally.
- Angel Moises Rodriguez-Gomez (36) broke into Hannah Viverette’s apartment on the evening of November 22nd.
- Viverette made a dance video for TikTok at the time, and the whole case was captured on camera
- Rodriguez-Gomez’s neighbor in Viverette’s apartment complex, he said, had noticed him watching earlier
- The mother with one child managed to get the attention of another neighbor, Rodriguez-Gomez was later arrested
- He was charged with banning, assault, persecuting and destroying property before being released on bail.
- Rodriguez-Gomez has now been detained by ICE because he is a Mexican citizen who is staying in the United States illegally.
Angel Moises Rodriguez-Gomez, 36, is in the custody of immigration and customs because he is staying in the United States illegally. He is accused of breaking into the apartment of neighbor Hannah Viverette on November 22nd
The “stalker,” accused of breaking into a woman’s home while recording a TikTok video, is now in the custody of the Department of Immigration and Customs because she is staying in the United States illegally.
Angel Moises Rodriguez-Gomez, 36, was arrested and charged with burglary, assault, persecution and destruction of property after breaking into Hannah Viverette’s apartment in Hagerstown, Maryland, on 22 November.
Rodriguez-Gomez was then released on bail but re-arrested on Thursday for immigration violations.
According to TMZ, Rodriguez-Gomez is a Mexican citizen who entered the United States illegally.
ICE officials told the publication that the agents took him to their Baltimore Field Office for questioning and later detained him for questioning. It is not clear whether he will be expelled.
Rodriguez-Gomez lives in the same housing estate as Viverette and says he made “uncomfortable progress” toward him, even the night before he broke into his home.
At the time of the intrusion, Viverette made a dance for TikTok, capturing with her phone camera the terrifying moment when she realized Rodriguez-Gomez was watching through the balcony door.
Viverette shared the clip with social media, where it has now been viewed more than five million times.
Hannah Viverette in the picture was alone in her apartment when she appeared in front of her door
Hannah Viverette shared that awesome moment when Angel Moises Rodriguez-Gomez, 36, entered the second-floor balcony of her Maryland apartment on Nov. 22.
The video begins with Viverette practicing her dance moves before she stops and sees Rodriguez-Gomez at the door before she enters.
‘Who are you? Please get out! the woman declares several times while the man mutters back.
‘I’m your friend?’ Rodriguez-Gomez then asks him, and Viverette asks him again to leave.
When she refuses to go, Viverette takes her phone and rushes toward the front door of the apartment,
Another neighbor comes ashore to see what happens and Viverette seeks refuge in that person’s home.
Viverette can be seen dancing in the clip before stopping and raising her hand
He repeatedly asked the intruder to leave while asking, “Am I your friend?”
Viverette grabbed her phone and left her apartment to ask a neighbor for help.
After the ordeal, in a post shared on Instagram, Vivette wrote about the moment she discovered Rodriguez-Gomez at the door.
“A face I’ve seen almost daily in my apartment building since I moved in, but I never said a word to it. He was a man who had been making a point to listen to me for months and had made many unpleasant advances for me from afar.
“I’ve brushed for so long, assuming ‘just crawling.’ The moment I faced him in front of my door, I knew he was there to hurt me, ”he wrote.
Viverette also claimed that Rodriguez-Gomez ripped a piece of Christmas light from her balcony, leading to the destruction of the property charges.
He was released on bail after his arrest, so Viverette was too terrified to stay home for fear of being near the perpetrator.
He is now looking for another place to live, but is reportedly relieved. Rodriguez-Gomez is now in ICE custody.
Viverette was too scared to stay home because she was afraid she was near the perpetrator