The man on trial for stalking former supermodel-turned-TV talk show queen Tyra Banks was found guilty today, but he won't get any jail time.
Instead will get psychiatric help, according to the New York Post.
Brady Green was arrested in March 2008 after harassing Tyra Banks at her Chelsea studios following the taping of The Tyra Banks Show.
Manhattan Criminal Court Judge James Burke ruled that Green's actions were "knowingly and inherently invalid and the behavior was hounding."
The judge, however, opted not to sentence Chelsea Green to 90 days in jail and instead ordered that the Georgia native get mental treatment.
Hopefully Tyra Banks won't have to look over her shoulder anymore.
In his bench-trial verdict, Burke said Green will have to return to court on June 18, where a place and length of treatment will be made known.
Burke said treatment is "something that can help Green in the future."
On Wednesday, Tyra Banks testified she was scared for her safety on March 18, 2008, after her staff told her Brady Green was in the building - the same man who had been stalking her by sending her flowers and love letters.
Outside court, Green's lawyer Jeffrey Berman said he was "disappointed with the verdict," but was glad the judge "didn't send [Green] to jail."