Miss McAdam told how Bryson “constantly contacted” Miss Nelson by phone, text and WhatsApp when their three-month relationship ended.She said: “She [Miss Nelson] returned all the gifts he had given her but on the 10th and 11th September, 2016, the accused deposited £1000 each day to her bank account and left a bag with an iPhone and cream donuts on her front door.”The matter was then reported to the police.”Mr Bryson, from Strathaven, has admitted stalking the women at various locations between February and October this year.Sentence on Bryson was deferred until next month but he has been banned from contacting women online in the meantime.Defence advocate Gordon Jackson QC said: “He is not a danger just a pest to these women.”He entered into a relationship, became very committed to the relationship and lavished gifts which seem to be OTT at that stage of the relationship.”He found it difficult once matters were brought to a conclusion.”Sheriff Marie Smart bailed Bryson but warned him he could spend time behind bars.She said: “You must not by any means contact these two complainers or any other women online.”If there is any contact you will ultimately be arrested and returned to custody.” Heather Munro was lavished with expensive giftsCredit:PRESSTEAM A millionaire property developer stalked women he met on dating websites by showering them with unsolicited luxury gifts and deposited £1,000 a day into one of their bank accounts, a court heard.David Bryson, 41, began relationships with Heather Munro, 46, and Ciara Nelson, 32, after contacting them through social media and dating websites.Both women were lavished with expensive gifts including a horse for Miss Munro and a £6,500 Rolex watch and a £20,000 Mini Cooper for Miss Nelson.Bryson, who is the director of the Burnhead building group in Lanarkshire, began seeing Miss Munro in September last year after his marriage broke down.They dated for several months but after she tried to end the relationship, Mr Bryson became increasingly possessive and abusive towards her, branding her a “b***h, a cow and a waste of time” and threatening suicide. Depute fiscal Wendy McAdam told Hamilton Sheriff Court that Bryson began plaguing Miss Munro after she tried to end their relationship.She said: “During the relationship he gave her a number of expensive gifts including a Louis Vuitton handbag and purse as well as a horse.”He offered to buy her a house in an attempt to get her back. She tried to block his number but he would use other numbers to contact her.”Eventually she got the courage to contact the police in February.”Mr Bryson then began seeing Miss Nelson after meeting her through the dating site Plenty of Fish.He gave her a Rolex watch, bought her a £35,000 engagement ring, a £20,000 Mini Cooper with a £6000 personalised number plate, and also took her on a two week luxury holiday to Tenerife.However last month she told him she wanted to end the relationship because he was constantly calling her at work and police were called again. He is not a danger just a pest to these women. He entered into a relationship, became very committed to the relationship and lavished gifts which seem to be OTT at that stage of the relationship. He found it difficult once matters were brought to a conclusionGordon Jackson QC Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.