Sophie Monk has filed a fresh complaint against her alleged cyberstalker, claiming he continues to contact her despite being charged and she now fears for her family's safety.
The alleged stalker - 30-year-old James McCabe - was charged in December with harassing the Australian actress and 2DayFM radio host via the internet.
He was accused of bombarding Monk with up to 150 sexually explicit and threatening tweets over the past five years.
Monk, who recently returned to Australia from a stint in California, has claimed the Tasmanian man continues to post sexually explicit and threatening posts on her and her sister's Twitter accounts on a daily basis, according to News Limited newspapers.
"I just want this to be all over," she told The Daily Telegraph as she left the Sydney police station on Friday.
"I chose this career and what comes with it but my family didn't."
Monk's parents have temporarily moved house after their address was made available online, Monk's manager said.
Monk has recently joined Merrick Watts, Jules Lund and Spice Girl Mel B on 2DayFM's new radio breakfast show.