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Speaker's daughter accused of stalking, harassment

Ana Maria Catherine Won Pat Borja Ana Maria Catherine Won Pat Borja

Guam - A former staffer of Vice Speaker B.J. Cruz has been arrested on charges of advanced stalking as a second degree felony, violating a court order as a misdemeanor and harassment as a petty misdemeanor.  According to the magistrate's complaint Ana Maria Catherine Won Pat Borja is accused of harassing her former co-worker - we should note is still employed at the vice speaker's office.

Court documents state that Borja would allegedly continue to harass and text her former co-worker despite being told to leave her alone. Additionally a temporary restraining order was also issued which instructed her to stay 500 feet away from the victim, her home and her place of employment.  Court documents state police observed several electronic messages that the victim received from Borja indicating she had allegedly spray painted the victims' name on private property.  Court documents state Borja admitted to violating the TRO.

Borja is the daughter of Speaker Judi Won Pat.

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