Over the weekend, Brown student Emma Watson went to to an away game at Harvard University to support her school's football team, but little did she know that she'd be the one to get tackled. The 19-year-old Harry Potter star was the target of a harassment campaign orchestrated by Harvard's student magazine, says the New York Post.
Before the game, the Harvard Voice blogged: "We will be Live-Tweetin' the game and possibly stalking Emma Watson, so keep your eyes peeled for that, too!"
Then the Voice's Twitter account fired up with tweets during the game such as: "Let's go Hermione! Lolz," "In enemy territory. Lookin for a certain witch," and "WATSON FOUND. i repeat WATSON FOUND."
Post-game the Voice posted a picture of Emma saying their stalking campaign was a "success." Later, an editor's note appeared on the post of Emma's photo saying, "There seems to be much ado about nothing over this photo and liveblog. Understand that these live tweets were made to be intentionally outrageous and overblown."
Editors at the Voice have not made any additional comments on what transpired. A rep for Brown told the New York Post, "This isn't the sort of thing we comment on," and Emma herself has yet to make a statement.