The father of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was previously accused of stalking a pair of twin sisters and was caught “peeping into their windows while they were in the shower,” according to a report in the Daily Mail.
31-year-old twin sisters Lacey and Allie Hillman went to authorities in 2011 and accused Robert Bergdahl of a series of harassing incidents, the Daily Mail reported, citing police documents.
The sisters told police that Bergdahl, a married UPS driver, drove by their home “several times a day” over several months and left “creepy” notes for them, according to the Daily Mail.
The alleged stalking started in June 2011, two years after his son was taken hostage by the Taliban.
In one incident, detailed in a Hailey Police Department police report obtained by the Daily Mail, Bergdahl once banged on their door and accused Allie of cheating on him.
“What are you two-timing me b****?” he allegedly asked.
Allie then “slammed the door shut as Robert grabbed the handle,” the police report said, according to the Daily mail, which added that Bergdahl just stood there as she yelled “bye, bye.”
The report stated that the two had never “really talked” or been in any sort of relationship, according to the Daily Mail.
Days later, Bergdahl allegedly visited Lacey’s place of work, stoking more fears.
Ultimately, the two went to police “visibly upset and teary eyed” with more details when he peered into their home and asked to speak with Lacey when she was wearing only a bathrobe, the Daily Mail reported.
“Lacey yells for Robert to leave and also motions for him to do so as she is only in a towel and wet from the shower,” the report said, according to the Daily Mail. “According to Lacey, a minute passed while Robert shook his head on the other side of the closed door and he eventually left while throwing his hands up in the air.”
The girls reportedly said that they had no relationship with him and were confused as to why he was obsessing over them.
Police then interviewed Bergdahl and told him to stay away from the twins, according to the Daily Mail. The girls told the news outlet that he complied and was “very respectful” afterwards.
Bergdahl has been under fire after he spoke Pashto during a White House press conference and appeared to send out tweets earlier this month suggesting support for the release of several Guantanamo Bay prisoners.
His son, Bowe, arrived in the U.S. early Friday morning after he was released through a controversial prisoner exchange.
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