Dutchman Jorn Moeskops, 32, bombarded Alice Sinclair with emails and WhatsApp messages and even turned up outside her Maida Vale home, in west London
A management consultant who ‘obsessively’ stalked a physio when she called time on their relationship after two dates avoided jail after he apologised today.
Dutchman Jorn Moeskops, 32, bombarded Alice Sinclair with emails and WhatsApp messages and even turned up outside her Maida Vale home, in west London.
The physio started going out with Moeskops shortly before Christmas last year, the court heard.
But when she tried to end the brief relationship, Moeskops ‘simply did not get the message’ sparking his ‘obsessive and insistent’ campaign of harassment.
Moeskops, who appeared in court today wearing a light blue shirt under a navy blazer and beige trousers, admitted stalking amounting to harassment.
Ed Cohen, prosecuting, said: ‘The defendant and the complainant met online and engaged in a short period of dating on two or three occasions.
‘It was at a Christmas party where the complainant took the view that she no longer wanted to continue the relationship with the defendant and started to distance herself from him.
‘She made it clear by text messages that she did not want to see him any longer and ended the relationship.
‘In that sense, on 27 November however, the defendant simply did not get the message and continued to write message