Tyra Banks' stalker convicted

Tyra_240 Tyra Banks, who feared for her safety, can rest easy -- sort of.

The supermodel's alleged stalker Brady Green was found guilty on a number of counts, but did not receive a jail sentence Thursday, report news sources.

Green was convicted of stalking, harassment, criminal trespass and attempted aggravated assault. His lawyer was instructed to keep him out of New York City.

Banks, 35, had testified Wednesday, saying, "I fear for my safety. I feel extremely vulnerable. I fear the safety of my staff. My family. The people in my vicinity."

Banks and people close to her had received numerous death threats from Green, causing the model, talk show host and producer to stop jogging alone, change her work habits and hire additional security.

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