Star Trek Into Darkness actor Benedict Cumberbatch has revealed how he was once cyberstalked by one of his neighbours. Benedict says that the neighbour was documenting his every move on social networking site Twitter. He eventually found out exactly who it was doing it and almost turned the cyberstalking neighbour in to the police.
Cumberbatch was talking with The Telegraph, when he told them, "I would say that it was the strangest fan experience that I’ve ever had. I had someone live tweeting my movements while I was in my own house. It was such a strange and a direct thing to see these tweets saying what I was doing as I was doing them," he said. "I found it really worrying, and, yes, of course, very hard to deal with."
He added, "I worked out after a while who it was who was doing it so, when it came to it, I didn’t actually call in the police, but I was prepared to do so. I’m not going to say any more about it. The person concerned knows now what I felt about it. I just found it very hard to come to terms with the idea that an individual could look into my house like this, and talk about me online, and think it is a perfectly okay thing to do."
Benedict Cumberbatch recently revealed that there would be a fourth season of the hit television series Sherlock, much to the delight of fans of the show. Meanwhile, we can catch Benedict Cumberbatch on the big screen, in his role as John Harrison, in the movie Star Trek Into Darkness, which is set to hit the big screen on May 17 in both the US and the UK.