Harry Styles’ stalker has admitted to violating an injunction after breaking into the former One Direction star’s home.
Ablo Diana Orero Tarazaga, 29, has been banned from coming closer than 250 meters to Watermelon Sugar, 28, after she was found guilty of stalking in 2019.
British award winner Styles, who recently released the number one album Harry’s House, was on his property in north London when a Spanish national allegedly entered the country by force on 16 February.
Orero Tarasaga, who identifies as bigender, is said to have pushed a woman working at the address against a wall and then damaged a plant pot during a fight with a security guard.
On Thursday, the defendant appeared in the dock at Wood Green Court in north London in a gray tracksuit to plead guilty to violating a restraining order.
But Orero Tarazaga denied further allegations of assault, damage to property, “a potted plant belonging to Harry Styles” and use of violence to gain access to the premises.
“I plead guilty to violating a restraining order and breaking into a home, but not guilty to assault,” the defendant said.
The court has heard that Orero Tarasaga is currently being held in the hospital and a trial date in the same court has been set for 1 August.
Styles played two nights at Wembley Stadium last weekend as part of his rescheduled global show, the Love On Tour, before heading to Dublin.
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“Harry’s House” was critically acclaimed and lead single “As It Was” recently posted its 10th week at number one in the UK.