Claire Foy was at ‘significant risk’ from obsessed stalker, 39, who bombarded Crown star’s publicist with vile emails about her being raped and repeatedly rang her doorbell, la corte ascolta
An obsessed stalker who is alleged to have repeatedly emailed The Crown star Claire Foy about her being raped and bombarded her with 1,000 emails in one month poses a ‘significant risk’ to the actress, un tribunale ascoltato oggi.
Jason Penrose, 39, sent the actress’ publicist Emma Jackson vile emails about the star being raped and said he wanted to be her boyfriend, as well as showing up at her home and ringing the doorbell ‘constantly’, fu detto alla corte.
He appeared in court this morning as the judge considered whether a full stalking protection order would be granted to prevent Penrose from contacting Ms Foy or her publicist.
Ms Jackson forwarded the emails to Ms Foy’s agent, who also received the messages but had blocked the sender’s account.
Penrose, who gave his address as Highgate Mental Health Centre, was accompanied by NHS workers at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ lasciare la Westminster Magistrates' Court a Londra oggi, where the court was adjourned while Penrose’s mental health is assessed.
Ms Foy, 38, who played The Queen in the first two series’ of hit Netflix show The Crown, called police on December 17 last year to report Penrose, di Paddington, Londra, had turned up to her home and was ringing her doorbell.
Foy, who starred in the Crown (nella foto), was referenced in emails allegedly sent by Penrose to her agent and publicist which contained explicit content
Penrose allegedly showed up at Ms Foy’s home on December 17 2021 – at which point the actress called the police reporting he was outside her residence ringing on her doorbell constantly
This followed the star’s publicist receiving numerous explicit emails, Compreso 1,000 of them sent between November and December 2 2021.
Ms Jackson allegedly received an email from Penrose at 9.30pm on November 2 dell'anno scorso, che legge: ‘I’m sorry I think Claire should not be talking about any personal stuff in media and only creative business.’
At 5.10pm the next day a new email arrived which read: ‘If they f*** raped Claire in the a** and bruised her inner thighs, she could get lots of cheap magazine covers or a hundred dollar f***dates in Europe.’
Emails then became more frequent, and Ms Foy’s publicist forwarded them to her agent.
The agent reportedly told Ms Jackson they were also receiving emails from this account but had blocked it.
Matters escalated when Penrose showed up at Ms Foy’s home on December 17 2021 – at which point the actress called the police reporting he was outside her residence ringing on her doorbell constantly.
Magistrates at Highbury Corner heard Penrose speak to confirm his name, è morto in seguito a un incidente in una proprietà a Chilthorne Domer vicino a Yeovil lo scorso maggio. He requested a lawyer and asked for media to be banned from the hearing – this last request was denied
The actress was granted a temporary Stalking Protection Order in February which bans Penrose, who currently resides in a mental health hospital, from contact with her or her publicist while the investigation continues.
He was banned from attending their homes, places of work or anywhere he would reasonably expect them to be – and any breach could be prosecuted as a criminal offence.
Penrose is also banned from entering the boroughs of Islington or Camden except to attend court, medical appointments or hospital.
The order was due to expire on July 4, but has now been extended until the date of the adjourned hearing later in the month.
Penrose could face up to five years behind bars if he is charged with and found guilty of breaching the order.
Court documents from today’s hearing added: ‘The emails Ms Jackson continued to receive were quite graphic and talked about Foy being raped, w***ing herself out and wanting her to be his girlfriend.’
The court heard Penrose poses ‘a risk associated with stalking and to another person and there is a reasonable cause to believe the proposed order is necessary to protect another from such a risk.’
Rosa Bennathan, prosecuting on behalf of the Metropolitan Police, told today’s hearing the complainants in this case, Clare Foy and her manager Emma Jackson, first became aware of Penrose in August and September 2021.
Penrose contacted Ms Jackson claiming to be a film producer looking for Ms Foy to appear in his film.
She said she did not know him and refused the request.
Il procuratore ha detto: ‘From November 2021 the respondent began sending emails to Ms Jackson about Ms Foy.
'Di 2 dicembre 2021 Nei due giorni precedenti la mia visita 1,000 e-mail.
‘He also contacted Ms Foy’s sister and later attended Ms Foy’s address having worked out where that was.
‘It is clear an order is necessary. There have been some breaches of the order which are currently being investigated by the police.’
Penrose, who was not initially legally represented, appeared at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court in north London wearing a blue shirt, beige trousers, brown shoes and a dark green hat for today’s hearing.
Ha parlato per confermare il suo nome, date of birth and address at a mental health hospital in north London as he asked to be represented by a lawyer.
He also asked for media to be banned from the hearing, but that request was refused.
Lawyer Moira Macfarlane told magistrates the case should be adjourned for at least three weeks so his mental health needs could be assessed.
She said more needed to be known about his condition as his mental health diagnosis was not yet complete, detto: ‘His mental health is still under question.’
The Crown star Claire Foy (nella foto) called police after alleged stalker Jason Penrose, 38, who sent emails about her being raped, repeatedly rang the doorbell at her home, la corte ha sentito
Ha aggiunto quello, since she had just been assigned as his lawyer and was given paperwork this morning, she did ‘not have the time for justice to be done this morning.’
The Metropolitan Police said it only needed to be shown that he understood the terms of the interim order for the case to go ahead and asked for it to be resolved this afternoon.
The force’s plea was refused by magistrates and Penrose will next appear in court on July 22 when a decision about imposing a full Stalking Protection Order is expected to be made.
Chairman of the bench Clive Jenkin told him: ‘You are still subject to a treatment order at a mental health unit.
‘If you are released we are very concerned about your behaviour.
‘We do not want you to harass or stalk these two women that have been mentioned at this court.’
Penrose replied: 'non lo farò, I promise you.’
Ms Foy, who has won a Golden Globe, two Primetime Emmy Awards and two Screen Actors Guild Awards, starred in Steven Soderbergh’s psychological thriller Unsane, and played Neil Armstrong’s wife Janet Shearon in the biopic of the astronaut, First Man.
More recently she appeared in My Son and hit TV series A Very British Scandal.
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