In the latest development, a woman has been banned from going near-legendary footballer of yesteryear David Beckham or even his family after she has been accused of stalking them. The woman has been identified as Sharon Bell and the 58-year-old is alleged to have harassed David, Victoria and their children Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper.
It is being reported that Bell has been banned from approaching or messaging any member of the Beckham family or even being within a 500m radius of their residence or even Beckham's daughter's school. All these details have been mentioned in the terms of an interim stalking order.
The same has apparently been accessed by Daily Mail, courtesy of which these details have unfolded. As per the same report, Bell has been accused of carrying out "acts associated with stalking," and a "campaign of harassment," saying that it was "necessary to protect" the Beckhams.
Bell established contact with Beckhams in 2016: Report
It is also being learnt that Bell initially established contact with the family in 2016 and even claimed that she was in fact the mother of one of the children. However, her contact attempts increased since then and between July and November this year when she even attended the Beckham's homes, writing them letters and was found waiting outside the school of one of their children.
The order prevents Bell from going near the family for at least the next five months until May 2022 which is when a court hearing will decide whether there is a need for permanent stalking protection.
As per the interim order, Bell isn't to allowed to contact any of the five members of the family in which contacting includes but is not limited to writing letters, telephone, email, text or messages on social media or even physically approaching, following or waiting for any member of the Beckham family.
If any of the strict terms and conditions mentioned in the order are violated, Bell can even land up in jail.