Tyra Banks' accused stalker professed his love for the model-turned talk-show maven in creepy love letters and with bouquets of flowers -- then traveled across the country to see her.
"We know each other," Brady Green told cops. "We had a thing together."
Green, 39, will face trial in Manhattan Criminal Court today after he was busted last month for trying to get into Tyra's New York-based television studio -- twice in one day. He also told Bank's personal assistant that he would "slit your throat" when she wouldn't divulge the model's address, cops said.
The alleged stalker was collared at a McDonalds near Banks' W. 26th St. studio with a red duffel bag full of magazines featuring the former model on the cover and a receipt for flowers he had sent the "Top Model" host, the New York Daily News reported.
"I came from Los Angeles by bus to see her," Green told cops at the time of his arrest.
Green, from Georgia, tormented Tyra for months -- professing his undying love in letters and sending her flowers that were promptly returned to sender by her security, the News reported.
"When I see you, I love you," read one chilling note.
Tyra said she didn't know the stalker and hired a security team to protect against him -- she even filed a report after he repeatedly called her assistant and threatened to "slit your throat" after she refused to give out Banks' home address, cops told the during a pretrial hearing Thursday.
Green is charged with misdemeanor stalking and harassment charges and faces 90 days in jail.
"I've got satellites watched me and recording us," he told cops when he got busted.
Tyra is expected to take the stand at the end of the month.