“They started getting more frequent and more graphic,” she told a local publication. “Eventually I learnt that there were three men and one woman," she told a local publication.
The letters from her male stalkers were of a sexual nature, but Roza said the female stalker “got straight into abuse”.
“One of the common things she’d say was that I was a c**t,” the former reality star continued.
“She also told me, ‘I’m going to cut you up into little pieces and eat you!’ She even described how she’d torture me. I was terrified of her the most.”
Things quickly escalated after Sarah spotted one of the stalkers in her backyard one day, prompting her management team to move her out of her home.
“I got a phone call from my publicist telling me, ‘We are moving you for your own safety. Grab a bag and your dog as we don’t know how long you’re going to be away – we just need to get you away from the house’.”
After living in a hotel for months and changing her mobile number over 20 times, the stalkers eventually gave up contacting her.
This isn’t the first time the Melbourne-based beauty therapist has opened up about traumatic events in her life.
Last year she told the Herald Sun that she was verbally abused and left financially ruined by three men over the past 20 years.
“I’ve never had broken bones, and this is awful to say, but sometimes I wish I had been punched in the face or stabbed because some of the mental scars will be with me forever,” she told the publication. “Bones heal, bruises disappear, but the emotional stuff brought me to my knees.
“I remember one night, (an ex-partner) spat in my face and had his hands around my throat threatening to kill me,” she said.
“I remember ringing a girlfriend in the middle of night saying, ‘If I die tonight, it’s him, just letting you know’.”
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