News 9 is learning more about an Ohio man accused of threatening to kill an OU student athlete.
The 21-year old man is behind bars in Cleveland County, now accused of stalking another young woman. Naasik Ferdous was arrested last month after admitting to police he was planning to kill OU women's soccer player Kelsey Devonshire.
He told police he was going to buy a knife and drive to Norman with his mother's stolen credit cards to "get Devonshire."
Now, court records show he was allegedly stalking another OU student athlete around the same time.
This protective order reveals new stalking allegations against Ferdous, about another woman he had allegedly been stalking for more than a year.
OU gymnast Sara Stone says he sent disturbing emails threatening to violently assault her. In the petition she writes, "He has maintained knowledge of where I am from and currently live. He knows where I go to school and my relationships. He knows how to locate me."
Similar behavior led police to arrest Ferdous last month, when he told police he planned to buy a knife and kill Devonshire. She'd also filed a protective order against him after he kept emailing her and even wrote a letter to her parents.
In her petition, she writes, "This scared my family and I because he seemed completely obsessed with me. In the letter he said he was going to commit suicide if he did not meet with me."
Ferdous was seen on the OU campus October 17, and police arrested him. He is facing felony charges for stalking and conspiracy to perform an act of violence. He's being held in the Cleveland County jail on a $2 million bond.
Additional charges haven't been filed against Ferdous yet. He's due in court December 18th.