Singer/fashion mogul Jessica Simpson has a bit of a stalker issue, in the person of Mr. Marce William Burchell, which somehow sounds like a stalker's name. Her security team has been aware of the man for years, and he has never actually met Simpson, although, like any good stalker, he did once obtain her phone number and tried to contact her, forcing her to change it more than once. He also sent Simpson a litter of puppies after her beloved maltipoo, Daisy, was killed by a coyote two years ago.
Now, Burchell has written a thirty-page book, or, more accurately, a pamphlet of deranged fantasies, currently for sale on Amazon, entitled The True Story of Jessica Ann Simpson's 22 month long Attempt to Seduce a Married Man — Her Very Active Super Secret Sex Life: True Story Jessica Simpson Seduction of A Married Man (Volume 1). Quite a mouthful.
The book apparently details Simpson's two-year campaign of attempted seduction of the married author, as well as her alleged infidelity and "love of revenge sex." And what motivated Burchell to write the book? Why, electric cars of course. He explains that "all proceeds will be donated to BPG Inc. to finance the first affordable electric car that will sell for less than a similar gasoline powered car at $10,000 (after tax rebate)."
Burchell is reportedly an avid runner, and has challenged Simpson's fiance, Eric Johnson, to a marathon, with the right to marry Simpson going to the winner. A kind of duel of the feet, as it were.
This is all amusing until you remember what happened to Tejano singer Selena and Rebecca Schaeffer from the old sitcom My Sister Sam. The following quote from a statement Burchell wrote sounds gentle and lucid, until you remember they're the words of a crazy person: "This book was not written to hurt her, but was written as my only way to heal emotionally from the severe trauma and pain she put me through by her heartless cruel treatment of me."