John Eugene Enabnit may be homeless, but apparently he found a way to match Ivanka Trump's jet-setter lifestyle.
Enabnit was arrested Sunday at the Trump Doral Golf Resort & Spa after trying to contact the Donald's daughter. He had just been arrested in February for harassing Trump at a perfume launch in New York City and seems to have followed the junior business mogul across the country.
Trump, who is 31, was in attendance at the World Golf Championship held at the golf resort that her father's company recently. Police noticed Enabnit, 32, lurking around.
"Enabnit freely told our detectives that he was at the golf course trying to contact Ivanka Trump," Doral Police Chief Richard Blom told El Nuevo Herald.
"After the arrest, we contacted the New York District Attorney's Office to inform them of the incident because the man had violated a restraining order."
Enabnit has a history of bothering the model and judge on her father's reality TV show.
The New York Post reports that Enabnit, a homeless man, was arrested February 19 for crashing the debut of Trump's new line of fragrances at a Macy's in New York and refusing to leave the event. Also during that week, Enabnit had entered the lobby of the Trump Towers seven times and demanded to speak with Ivanka. He also made several phone calls to the building.
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