Kushner Pal Arrested For Stalking Despite Trump Pardon

The New York Daily News reports:

A close friend of Jared Kushner was slapped with state harassment charges Wednesday — nearly eight months after he scored a last-minute pardon from President Donald Trump wiping away federal charges for the same alleged cyberstalking campaign.

Ken Kurson, 52, the former editor-in-chief of the New York Observer, was charged last year in Brooklyn Federal Court with stalking and harassing three victims he blamed for his 2015 divorce.

The felony eavesdropping and harassment charges filed by Manhattan District Attorney Cy Vance revolve around the same alleged conduct. Kurson arrived in Manhattan Supreme Court in handcuffs, sporting beige slacks and a blue gingham shirt.

Read the full article.