THE BITTER ex-boyfriend of Girls Aloud thespian Nicola Roberts who bombarded her with sinister messages from feign Twitter accounts for 5 years, was given a lifetime confining sequence by a judge.
Former infantryman Carl Davies threatened to gash and bake the girl rope star after environment up 35 feign social media accounts to send the thousands of Twitter and Instagram messages.
Knife and fire emojis were graphic on the many disturbing messages, which totalled around 3,000, compared to the other some-more sexual tweets where the Afghanistan maestro announced his adore and sent bouquets of flowers to the flame-haired singer’s manager’s office, Guildford Crown Court heard.
Miss Roberts never replied to any of the messages but meticulously copied every sinister missive until after 5 years the aim changed to her friend, R n’ B thespian Joel Compass, which stirred the 31-year-old to hit the police.
Davies had been the star’s boyfriend at the heights of the Girls Aloud celebrity but the span split company in 2008.
It was reported at the time they were intent during the 18-month attribute but open rows, including one at G-A-Y just before she achieved with her bandmates, led to the then 22-year-old job time on their relationship.
The badgering social media summary started appearing in 2012 and continued until Davies was arrested in Feb this year and was remanded to jail until the case could be listened in court.
In Miss Robert’s victim impact matter which was review to Judge Jonathan Black sitting in court, the thespian pronounced the messages had brought back bad memories of their relationship.
It read: “The messages he sent reminded me of all the terrible things that happened when we were together.
“It was only really last year when he started melancholy my crony that we realised things couldn’t go on and we reported it to the police.”
Davies certified one count of stalking and another count of determined use of open communication network to means distrurbance or nuisance and was handed a 15-month jail sentence, dangling for two years, which meant he would be immediately expelled from jail.
He was also given a life-time confining sequence not to hit the singer, Mr Compass, or go within 250 metres of the span or her family on Friday.
Davies, of Queens Avenue, Flint, north Wales, was systematic to compensate £800 in costs and a £100 victim surcharge as good as lift out 150 hours of delinquent work and finish a 60-day reconstruction activity.
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