Delusional stalker Claire Foy was ordered to stay away from the actress for five years after sending her thousands of emails and knocking on her door.
The Crown star Miss Foy, 38, who played the Young Queen in the first two series of the hit show on Netflix, is said to have been targeted by Jason Penrose, 39, in November and December of this year. last.
Penrose, who has given her address Highgate Mental Health Centre, was accompanied by NHS staff at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court in London on Friday, where a protective order is in full watch (SPO) ) has been issued.
District Judge Michael Oliver said: “I certainly rely on the evidence Mr. Penrose has committed acts related to the tracking.”
I am satisfied that this order is necessary, this behavior is maintained and repeated due to Mr. Penrose’s delusional beliefs about Mrs. Foy.District Judge Michael Oliver
He continued: “Thousands of emails have been sent to Miss Foy and in one go he went to her address.”
Mr Oliver added: “I am pleased that this order was necessary, this behavior sustained and repeated due to Mr Penrose’s delusional beliefs about Ms. Foy.”
He said the order was “necessary” for Ms Foy, who was “entitled to protection from other stalking”.
It was heard that Penrose had been “deemed fit for release” from the mental health center.
Ella Crine, on behalf of the Metropolitan Police, has filed for a comprehensive tracking protection order (SPO) against Penrose, saying his actions “affected her (Ms Foy’s) life”.
She said being stalked was an “incredibly scary experience” for the actress.
Police may apply in magistrates court for a civil SPO to prevent alleged stalkers from communicating with or approaching their alleged victim during a criminal investigation into their conduct. still continue.
Previously, it was reported that in August and September 2021, Penrose emailed Foy’s agent saying that he is the director and producer of the film and wants her to appear in the next film. his.
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Ms Foy told her agent she did not know who he was, and between November 2 and mid-December he sent more than 1,000 emails, contacting the actress’ sister and going to her after finding that place, the court heard.
Emails were also sent to Foy’s journalist, Emma Jackson.
Mr. Oliver also said that after a temporary SPO was granted in February, Penrose sent a letter and parcel later that month, in violation of the restrictions.
The five-year order prohibits Penrose from having direct or indirect contact with Ms. Foy or Ms. Jackson, and from going where they work or live.
There is also an exclusion zone that covers all but five boroughs in London’s Camden borough.
He must also notify police of any devices that can access the internet, social media accounts and phones, giving police “reasonable access” to them.
Any violation of the order can be prosecuted as a criminal offence.
Mr. Oliver told him: “You must adhere to each and every limit.”
Moira McFarlane, the defender, asked for a two-year order, saying: “I see no useful basis for the five-year term.”
Foy, who has won a Golden Globe, two Primetime Emmy Awards and two Screen Actors Guild Awards, stars in Steven Soderbergh’s psychological thriller Unsane, and plays Janet Shearon, Neil Armstrong’s wife in the miniseries. Astronaut history, First Man.
Penrose is said to have sent Ms Jackson explicit emails, writing about “wanting her to be his girlfriend”, according to court papers.
On one occasion, on November 2, he allegedly said: “I’m sorry, I think it’s Claire’s policy not to talk about any personal content in the media and only light business. create”.
Ms. Jackson forwarded the emails to Ms. Foy’s representative, who also received the message but has locked the account.
On December 17 last year, Ms. Foy “called the police to report that Jason Penrose was outside her residence and rang the bell repeatedly,” the newspapers said.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/delusional-stalker-ordered-to-stay-away-from-claire-foy-for-five-years-41860860.html The ‘delusional’ stalker ordered to stay away from Claire Foy for 5 years