On the heels of the Catholic Church molestation scandals in 2008, stalker priest Reverend David Ajemian sent scores of oddball missives and DVDs to Conan O’Brien’s home and place of work, according to the Associated Press. Prosecutors said that Ajemian, who attended Harvard University at the same time as O'Brien, began writing him in September 2006. He was arrested in New York City in 2007 after trying to enter a taping of Late Night with Conan O'Brien, despite reportedly being warned to stay away by NBC security personnel. The priest pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct in 2007 and agreed to stay away from O'Brien. He was placed on leave by the Archdiocese of Boston and was later stripped entirely of his position. After he was released on bail, Ajemian said that he hoped by cozying up to the comic, he'd impress archdiocese higher-ups and advance his career in the church, the New York Post reported. "Also," he added, "I think he's a wonderful comedian, and I'm a bit of a comedian myself, so there was an element of fun in it for me as well."