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Couldn’t Move On After the BreakUp: Obsessed Ex-Girlfriend Called Ex-Boyfriend 27,000 in a Week

Kelly Murphy from Alberta was arrested after calling her ex-boyfriend 27,000 times in a week. [Image Source: The Coverage]

  • After breaking up, you should immediately move on and go on with your life.

  • However, that is not the case for a woman from Alberta.

  • She called her now ex-boyfriend 27,000 times in a week and sent him multiple messages, too.

Breakups can be very painful and hard. If you came from a bad breakup, you should move on immediately and should accept the facts that the chapter of your life with that person is already over. Sometimes, forgetting and moving on is the best part of leaving someone, especially if that relationship is not going any good already.

However, that is not the case for a woman living in Alberta.

Obsessed Ex-Girlfriend

A 28-year old woman from Alberta, Kelly Murphy, was arrested for obsessing over her now ex-boyfriend, Randy Williams. Other than calling him for about 27,639 times in one week, she also sent him a total of 937 emails, 11229 text messages, 117 sung messages, and 47 letters during the same period.

Randy reportedly almost got depression because of the incident. Although they were only together for two weeks, it is kind of obvious that Kelly cannot accept the breakup and move on with her life.

To call him on his cellphone, workplace phone, and home phone, Kelly used eight phones.

Awake for Almost 24 Hours

If you are thinking how Kelly managed to wake up for 24 hours straight to call him non-stop, she is consuming large quantities of amphetamines and energy drinks.

J.D. James Kilroy, Randy’s lawyer, said that Randy is relieved to know that his ex-girlfriend is now behind bars. He could finally take a rest, enjoy his life, and get a good night’s sleep.

He hasn’t been able to sleep, work or enjoy life in any way, for more than a week. He was having a hard time thinking clearly and was nearing depression, it was about time the harassment ceased. Now, all we want is for Ms. Murphy to get the medical help she needs, and for the law to keep her away from my client.

Have you experienced this with your previous relationship?


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Written by Kristina Suarez

Kristina is a freelance writer and author of "My Thrifty Thoughts." She loves random weekend trips, coffee, toys, and spas. Guided by her mantra "chill and travel," she enjoys unplanned escapades without compromising leisure and budget. Her free hours are spent reading books, watching dramas and movies, doing toy reviews or thinking about her next travel destination.

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