Geez, we never knew these economics professors were so kinky.
A former NYU economics professor has been busted for stalking the chief economist at Citigroup, sending him pictures of her pleasuring herself and writing salacious e-mail come-ons, according to court papers.
Dutch-born academic Heleen Mees, 44, was charged yesterday after she allegedly threatened fellow Dutch economist Willem Buiter, 63, with whom she allegedly had a past relationship.
In addition to the nude pictures, she also sent the prominent money man oddball requests — including “Shall we adopt a child?” and “What can I do to make it right? Shall I lick your b—s?” according to court documents.
Mees allegedly even sent e-mails to Buiter’s wife and kids.
When she didn’t get the responses she wanted, Mees wrote ominous notes like, “Hope your plane falls out of the sky,” according to the documents. She also allegedly sent him a picture of dead birds.
Mees met the renowned economist while working on her doctoral dissertation. According to her attorney, Vaneskha Hyacinthe, they later had an “intimate relationship.”
On her thesis, she wrote: “Finally, I want to thank Willem Buiter, who was so kind to meet with me in the summer of 2008 in London.”
Mees, a one-time adjunct at NYU, even dedicated the opus to her object of affection: “For Willem,” she wrote.
The endless string of e-mails from Mees allegedly started in August 2010 and continued up until her arrest on Monday.
“She was constantly e-mailing him, calling him and texting him,” said a law-enforcement source. “She wanted him . . . The guy got fed up and was like, ‘That’s it! This chick has to go away.’ ”
If anything she should cool it with the e-mails.