​Everyone has that one crazy ex who stalks them and then threatens to blow up their car, right? Well, maybe not the whole stalking and car explosion part.


For one ​Florida Gator staffer though, that's exactly what he was doing to his ex-girlfriend.

According to a report, ​Florida Gators assistant director of player personnel Otis Yelverton has been arrested and charged with cyberstalking his ex-girlfriend.


He's been placed on leave by the university and is currently in Alachua County Jail with no bond set. According to the court records, Yelverton had been harassing his former GF after she ended their year-long relationship in early April. He had called, text-messaged and Facebook messaged the woman at least 40 times. I guess he didn't get the hint.


Then about a week after the breakup, Yelverton left a threatening voicemail stating that he would "blow up" the woman's vehicle. 


This wasn't the only threatening message Yelverton sent her either. The messages contained, "multiple vulgarities and demeaning language", which led the woman to believe Yelverton would physically harm her given the opportunity. 

​Florida is unlikely to bring Yelverton back with these charges. 


They'll be on the market for a new assistant director of player personnel now with Yelverton gone, but moving on from someone like this is the best move they could make.