HARRY Styles' stalker has today admitted breaking into the star's home, despite his restraining order.

Pablo-Diana Orero Tarazaga, 29, pleaded guilty to breaching the restraining order when he entered the One Direction singer's house in north London on February 16.


Styles, who recently celebrated a number one album, was at home when Tarazaga allegedly forced entry.

However, the defendant – who identifies by the name bigender – denies a slew of related charges.

He is accused of pushing a woman who works at the house into a wall before damaging a plant pot in a scuffle with a security guard.

Tarazaga appeared in the dock at Wood Green Crown Court today.

Read more on UK news

Brits WILL face summer holiday chaos as BA vote to strike at Heathrow

Everything you need to know about polio – risks of drinking water to paralysis

Wearing a grey tracksuit, he admitted the breach.

He was barred from going within 250m of Styles after being convicted of stalking in 2019.

But he pleaded not guilty to common assault, damaging property, and using violence to secure entry to the premises.

Asked to enter his pleas, he told the court: "I declare myself guilty for breaching the restraining order and entering the house, but not guilty to the assault."

Most read in The Sun

JAIL THREAT

Katie Price begged sister to move wedding forward in case she goes to jail

bexy babe

EastEnders Bex Fowler star looks completely different after hair transformation

NOT FAIR

Love Island fans beg producers to step in as Luca and Jacques 'BULLY' Ekin-Su

FLIGHTMARE

Warning for Brits off to 5 countries this weekend – including Spain and Portugal

It was heard that Tarazaga is currently being held in hospital.

A trial date has been set at the same court for August 1.

Styles played two nights at Wembley Stadium last weekend as part of his rescheduled global Love On Tour show.

Read More on The Sun

Woman with big boobs trolled for ‘flaunting them’ but insists she’s just ‘existing’

UK’s luckiest street revealed as 19 neighbours scoop ‘life-changing’ lotto wins

His latest album Harry's House was warmly received by critics.

Lead single As It Was recently claimed its 10th week at number one in the UK.

    Source: Read Full Article