A former stripper and amateur filmmaker from Russia may face charges, after allegedly breaking in to the offices of Google to drop off a note. Vera Svechina reportedly followed a blind Google employee into the offices, and delivered a Russian book, and a "non-threatening" note to Sergey Brin and Larry Page. Google Security has yet to file any charges against the woman, who has been termed a "stalker" in the past. According to Business Insider, the woman has claimed Google has sent messages to her brain, telling her to kill herself. She also believes the company's founders killed her father.

The woman has a history of bizarre claims, including those involving Facebook gaming company Zynga CEO and founder Mark Pincus, who filed a restraining order against Svechina, after visiting his home and reportedly called his children "ugly babies", and said that she "wished them the worst."

Here in America, we search Google. In Soviet Russia, Google searches you.

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