Harry Styles is “constantly on guard” and fears being followed by his stalker, who broke into his London home while he was inside.
In February, the 29-year-old stalker Pablo Orero Taragaza gained entrance to the grounds of Harry Styles’ residence by posing as a deliveryman.
She then stormed into the home while As It Was was upstairs and engaged in a fight with a construction worker.
The court heard that the stalker had to be “prised” from a wall in order to be expelled from the home.
Orero pled guilty to violating a restraining order in 2019 after being convicted of stalking in 2018.
Pablo Tarazaga-Orero, 26, (seen outside Hendon Magistrates Court in North West London, October 2019) followed the singer’s residence and ambushed him while he was running.
A judge stated that the stalker has caused Harry Styles “considerable worry and he is constantly on watch wherever he goes.”
In 2019, Harry Styles saw the stalker at a bus stop and, believing she was homeless, volunteered to assist her.
Subsequently, Orero appeared often outside Styles’s home and once seized him while he was jogging, demanding money.
The prosecutor, Philip McGhee, stated that Orero rang the bell at the celebrity’s residence during construction.
A designer let her in after mistaking her for a delivery driver. The stalker was able to get past the designer and inside the building.
The court ruled that an employee who observed her acting in a “threatening manner” surrounded her and gave her a “bear hug.”
Orero continually yelled Styles’ name as she was being carried away, until he recognized her and contacted the police.
Azza Brownm, the defendant’s attorney, stated, “She was, in a sense, seeking assistance due to her terrible loneliness.”
She said that Orero was manifestly in a delicate mental state.
Judge David Aaronburg KC stated, “Mr. Styles has been subjected to a great lot of anxiety, and he is constantly on watch.”
He claimed that two psychiatrists had evaluated Orero and diagnosed him with a condition. The judge ruled that she did not intend to cause physical injury.
One count of simple assault and one count of property damage were ordered to remain on file, while one count of using force to gain entry was dismissed.