Jeremy Vine has opened up about his experience of being stalked by former BBC presenter Alex Belfield, who was jailed for five-and-a-half-years last week.
Jurors accepted he caused serious alarm or distress to two victims and was found guilty of “simple” stalking in relation to Channel 5 and BBC Radio 2 presenter Vine, and theatre blogger Philip Dehany.
Belfield targeted Vine online, spreading vitriol about the presenter and claiming he stole £1,000 from a charity.
Belfield, 42, was convicted at Nottingham Crown Court last month of four stalking charges, committed between 2012 and last year.
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