Man charged with stalking a local TikTok star

The Jacksonville Sheriff’s office arrest a man in a stalking case.

Police say an investigation began Dec. 30, 2023 after the victim named Helena reported that a known man was stalking her and sending written threats to harm her and was violating an active injunction. News4Jax is only using the victim’s first name.

The woman was granted an injunction for protection against Ayo Rosh Eniwaye, 31, which prohibited any contact.

JSO says the two met months prior when Helena met Ayo at a Southside convenience store where he was employed. Police say Eniwaye made several attempts to get her attention including following her and grabbing her phone. He also then began following her on social media accounts.

Helena said within minutes of the encounter she began getting multiple inappropriate messages of a sexual nature. After numerous unsolicited contacts from Eniwayne she requested and was granted a permanent injunction for protection.

Authorities say after the injunction, Eniwaye created numerous TikTok accounts to make threats. In recent weeks Helena began getting threats that claimed to know where she lived and even provided her address and “He would be coming to pay her a visit.”

JSO arrested Eniwaye at an apartment complex on Promenade Way on Jan. 26. He is charged with Aggravated Stalking and Violation of Injunction – Stalking.

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