Former QVC host explains how she dealt with stalkers

Former QVC Host Explains How She Dealt With Stalkers
Former QVC Host Explains How She Dealt With Stalkers

Former QVC host Lisa Robertson sat down with "Good Morning America" Tuesday to talk about the issues she's faced regarding multiple stalkers.

"It started very early in my career at QVC and continued at different periods throughout," Robertson said.

Robertson became an on-air personality for the shopping network back in 1995.

Throughout her years as a host, she's dealt with stalkers. Daily Mail reported that, according to court documents, she's actually dealt with three men stalking her at one time. HLN reported that the host allegedly had four stalkers over the course of 20 years.

One of those men was Peter Ferreira who was convicted of stalking Robertson and sentenced to seven years probation in December 2013, according to Daily Local News.

Last year, ABC reported that Robertson allegedly wrote in a victim impact statement: "I lock myself in my house every day. I check my alarm constantly. ... If there is a sound at night, I lay awake wondering."

Robertson ended up leaving her gig as a QVC host in December 2014, writing in a blog post: "It is time for a new challenge and a new adventure. Although it is a little scary to leave what you have always known, I am very excited about what lays ahead."

In her interview with "Good Morning America," Robertson reflected on how she dealt with her stalkers.

"I have learned my way of dealing with things is to hide. This is not productive. I am working on that," Robertson said.

To hear more of Robertson's interview, head over to ABC News.

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