NEW BERLIN (WITI) -- Just a few days after he was arrested for possession of marijuana, a fired New Berlin basketball coach is in trouble again. This time, it's for allegedly sending creepy messages to a female co-worker. The messages were so bad, the woman is filing a restraining order.
Last week, Christopher Foley's first year as New Berlin West's boys basketball coach came to a screeching halt.
Foley was arrested on February 6th after a game. District leaders say they suspected Foley was in possession of illegal substances and called police immediately. A district representative tells FOX6 Foley was caught with marijuana on school property.
After a short administrative leave, district leaders terminated Foley's employment. He also worked as a special education assistant at the school.
On Tuesday, February 17th came a new claim against Foley: A female teacher's aide says Foley bombarded her with text messages and emails -- wanting to start a romantic relationship with her.
According to court documents, it began in November when Foley allegedly followed her to a bar. A month later, the woman says Foley sent her text messages -- one reading "you need to love me." Another claimed Foley's love could "fix her."
The woman blocked Foley's number and emails, but then in January, Foley allegedly showed up outside the woman's house. The woman unblocked Foley after his marijuana arrest to see if he would be at work on February 9th.
Foley responded, saying: "Why were you out with creepy, nasty (man) last night downtown" and sent her emails to her school district email account.
"I will never unblock you," the woman later wrote back. "If you ever contact me again on my work email, I will report you. Leave me alone."
The court documents show she felt so harassed she decided to seek a restraining order.
When FOX6 News stopped by Foley's house on Wednesday, February 18th, he closed the blinds and wouldn't answer the door.
But the victim's attorney released this statement to FOX6 News:
"Regrettably, Mr. Foley scared my client with his obsessive behavior, and failed to heed my client's demand that he stop contacting her."
FOX6 News is told the Sheriff's Office served Foley with a temporary restraining order Wednesday, February 18th. A hearing is scheduled for early next month to try and make that permanent.
Foley has not been charged in the marijuana case. However, the Waukesha County District Attorney tells FOX6 News charges are expected by the end of this week.
School district leaders say if you have concerns about Foley's conduct or information about either case, you're asked to contact police or the New Berlin School District.