Lenora Claire once lead a Felliniesque life, orchestrating amazing art shows like “Golden Girls Gone Wild”, associating with colorful celebrities, and creating some of the best parties Hollywood had to offer. But “P.T. Barnum with Boobs” would soon have a new calling and a new moniker. In 2001 she was named one of L.A. Weekly’s people of the year. However, the bliss that came with this recognition was soon followed by terror as a dangerous stalker became fixated on her. But this overwhelming fright only caused her bright light to go on dim briefly. In this episode she tells us how she fought back. As a result, she is now known as the Erin Brockovich of stalking, and not only advocates for herself, but also for the 7.5 million Americans who are currently being stalked right now. Please join us for this amazing episode of Open Deeply as Lenora tells us all about how she is creating change in our legal system and the entertainment industry so that we all might be safer.
Lenora Claire is a survivor of multiple violent crimes, a member of the Los Angeles District Attorney Crime Victims Advisory Board, the CEO of Lenora Claire Consulting LLC, as well as an entertainment industry professional. After becoming the fixation of a dangerous stalker, Lenora began to speak out not only for herself but for the other 7.5 million Americans currently being stalked who find themselves without resources and living in fear. Lenora’s case has been featured on 48 Hours, Dr. Oz, Crime Watch Daily, CBS News and other media outlets. Named “The Erin Brockovich of Stalking” by Vice, Lenora has helped countless people obtain restraining orders. She has served as a human shield in court and lectured on the subject of risk minimization at schools, on television and on podcasts. With fellow advocate, Jess Gilbert, they formed The Innovative Justice Alliance to propose legislation and develop methods of prevention in the technology space. Lenora also works as a consultant for television and film, advocating for victims and their families to ensure respectful depictions of their most traumatic and vulnerable moments of their lives.
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