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Claire Foy received more than 1,000 emails a month from the stalker.
The statutory agent for the "crown actress" was in court on Thursday, with Jason Penrose, a 38-year-old star allegedly targeting her between November and December. Warned that he was exposed to "significant risks". Last year because he wanted to be her boyfriend.
Penrose was accompanied by NHS workers and was filed for a full stalker protection order (SPO), so she acted as a Highgate Mental Health Center when she appeared at the Highbury Corner Administrative Court in London. I showed her address.
Rosa Benasan, on behalf of the Metropolitan Police, sent an email to Foy's agent in August and September 2021 asking him to be the director and producer and appear in the next movie. Stated.
The "Firstman" actress told the agent she didn't know who she was. Later that year, he sent her more than 1,000 emails, emailed her publicist, contacted her sister, and visited her address. After she found the place where she lived.
One email sent to Foy spokeswoman Emma Jackson said: Creative business.
Penrose is said to have sent Jackson an explicit email stating, "She wants to be his girlfriend."
According to court documents, Fry called police on December 17, reporting that "Jason Penrose was outside his home and kept ringing his doorbell." ..
Benasan said: "There is clearly an act equivalent to stalking, which poses a significant risk to Ms. Foy."
She argued that the order was "necessary to protect them."
However, the hearing to determine the complete SPO was postponed until July 22, after Penrose arrived without a legal agent.
Moira McFarlane, who later arrived to speak on his behalf, chose to postpone.
She said: "His mental health is still questioned."
As a result, the provisional SPO granted in February was extended until July 28. it was done.
Violations of the order can lead to prosecution, but Penrose promised not to try to communicate with the actress, her family or her agent.
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