Woman ‘stalker’, 58, is banned from going near David and Victoria Beckham, their children and London and Cotswolds mansions after Met Police obtained stalking protection order
Sharon Bell, 58, is prohibited from approaching or messaging the star, his wife Victoria, and their children Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz or Harper.
She is also banned from being within 500m of Beckham’s £6million Cotswolds countryside mansion in Chipping Norton.
Sharon Bell, 58, has been banned from contacting or going near David and Victoria Beckham
She is also banned from being within 500m of Beckham’s £6million Cotswolds countryside mansion in Chipping Norton (pictured)
And Bell, of Watford, is barred from going near the celebrity couple’s west London house and daughter Harper’s school.
The Metropolitan Police applied for the interim stalking protection order at Westminster Magistrates’s Court earlier this month.
Bell had allegedly carried out ‘acts associated with stalking’ and the order was ‘necessary to protect’ the Beckhams, the force told the court.
Bell cannot approach or message Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz or Harper Beckham
An interim order was made for five months. Bell could be jailed if she breaks any of the terms of the order.
At a hearing on May 13, the court will decide whether a permanent stalking protection order is necessary.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for the Beckhams for comment.
Terms of the interim stalking order
Bell is banned from:
- Contacting any member of the Beckham family – David, Victoria, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz or Harper.
- Contacting includes (but is not limited to) letter, telephone, email, text or messages on social media;
- Physically approaching, following or waiting for any member of the Beckham family;
- Going within 500 meters from the Beckham’s family home addresses in London and Oxfordshire or attending any place where the Beckham’s are residing permanently or temporarily without written permission from a detective in the Met Police;
- Going within 500m of Harper Beckham’s primary school.
Bell could be jailed if she breaks any of the terms of the order.