Sex guru’s ‘killer’ stalked her at porn awards before she died in balcony plunge

A Hollywood sex guru’s alleged killer went “batsh*t” at a porn awards ceremony just weeks before she was killed.

Dr Amie Harwick died after cops found her severely injured after fallen from a third floor balcony after a struggle at her flat in Hollywood Hills.

It has now emerged her Gareth Pursehouse , her ex-boyfriend, confronted her at a porn award show hosted by Stormy Daniels.

Pursehouse has been charged with her murder after she died on Saturday.

PageSix reports that Pursehouse approached Harwick at the XBiz adult-industry awards ceremony on January 16.

Her pal porn star Jasmin St. Claire claims Harwick was left terrified after the incident where he went “batsh*t”.

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Harwick was at XBiz representing Pineapple Support, an organisation that offers mental health support to sex workers.

St Claire claims she alerted cops but no action was taken against Pursehouse.

He had dated the sex therapist and former Playboy model ten years ago – but she ended the relationship.

Pursehouse reportedly remained obsessed with her, and she had a restraining order against him until it lifted two weeks ago.

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St. Claire said: “Gareth knew Amie was going to be at XBiz. He stalked her there and went batsh*t crazy.

“He was at the awards working as a photographer, but his behaviour was abusive and threatening.

“He was yelling and screaming. Amie told me after the incident that she was scared he would show up at her home.

“She went to the police, but they did not take it seriously. He was really obsessive over her; controlling.

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Harwick was found having fallen from a third storey balcony at a property in Hollywood Hills at around 1.16am.

Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) were called to the reports of a woman screaming at the address.

Swooping on the scene, the cops were met by Harwick’s roommate who claimed she was being assaulted.

Police entered the property and found her suffering serious injuries beneath a third floor balcony – she was taken to hospital but died shortly afterwards.

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Harwick’s roommate had jumped the wall of a neighbouring property to find help after the incident began at the apartment on Mound Street.

Cops discovered possible evidence of a struggle upstairs and forced entry to the residence.

And there was also evidence of a suspect entering and leaving the property after the murder had taken place.

Pursehouse, 41, was arrested in Playa Del Rey by members of a joint task force from the LAPD and FBI.

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Detectives learned that victim had "recently expressed fear" about her former boyfriend, and police confirmed she had seen him just two weeks ago.

Harwick was once against to comedian Drew Carey and was well known in Hollywood circles.

She would use her social media to offer advice on love and sex, and also authored book The New Sex Bible for Women.

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In a recent Facebook post, she recommended a book called Stay Sexy and Don't Get Murdered.

She also appeared in the documentary Addicted to Sexting.

The investigation is ongoing and the case will be presented to the District Attorney's Office on Wednesday.

Police continue to appeal for information as they urge any witnesses to contact the LAPD-West Bureau Homicide.

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