Wednesday 2 November 2022 07:52 PM Alabama man posed as Stanford University pre-med student squatted in campus ... trends now

Wednesday 2 November 2022 07:52 PM Alabama man posed as Stanford University pre-med student squatted in campus ... trends now
Wednesday 2 November 2022 07:52 PM Alabama man posed as Stanford University pre-med student squatted in campus ... trends now

Wednesday 2 November 2022 07:52 PM Alabama man posed as Stanford University pre-med student squatted in campus ... trends now

An Alabama man has spent a year posing as a Stanford University pre-med student living in the campus dorms, integrating himself into student life even posting on Tinder photos of him in collegiate gear smiling with fellow students.

William Curry, from Birmingham, had been squatting in at least five different residential halls on the campus since December 2021.

The school had removed Curry from campus multiple times but the repeat offender kept appearing - then disappearing - blending in with the rest of the student body.

He also attended sporting events and social activities - all while accessing many of the student residence halls, according to The Stanford Daily.

On Thursday, Curry was finally nabbed by public safety officers and kicked to the campus curb.

William Curry, 20, (pictured left) standing next to an unidentified male, posed as a pre-med student at Stanford University for nearly a year. On Thursday, he was kicked off campus

William Curry, 20, (pictured left) standing next to an unidentified male, posed as a pre-med student at Stanford University for nearly a year. On Thursday, he was kicked off campus 

Curry (pictured second left to right) clad in a grey Stanford tee has his arms around an unidentified blonde and brunette woman and male

Curry (pictured second left to right) clad in a grey Stanford tee has his arms around an unidentified blonde and brunette woman and male 

Curry, whose Tinder bio says he's 20, impersonated a second-year pre-med student while living in the basement of Crothers Hall for the last few weeks.

Campus security finally caught up with him after he allegedly stole a television, the publication reported.

Some of the students reported he had broken into some of the dorm rooms and had harassed at least one student he had previously dated.

Meanwhile others just assumed that Curry was one of them - just part of the student body.

'It seemed that he was a friend of the football players. So, anytime we saw him we let him in because it was like he knew people,' one student said.

The Stanford Daily claimed the university kept silent about the security threat despite his removal multiple times from campus and a student's police report.

Additional reports said Curry continued to return, interacting with residential staff who had not been made aware of the man posing as a student and living in dorms.

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