Doctor Who fan says Noel Clarke bombarded her with sex talk and videos
A DR WHO fan claims sex-pest Noel Clarke bombarded her with texts and videos after telling him she loved the BBC drama.
Catherine Evans, 32, added Clarke and a host of other celebrities on Snapchat to follow their day-to-day activities.
But she was stunned when the married filmmaker allegedly began directly messaging her on the social media app with compliments on her looks.
Hairdresser Catherine, from Wrexham in North Wales, explained: “I added loads of celebrities. It was a bit of a craze just to see what they got up to during the day.
“I was surprised when Noel actually messaged me out the blue and commented on a picture of me, saying my eyes were stunning, or something like that.
“We chatted mundanely but then he soon steered the conversation to sex.
“He would send videos and pictures through the night. He would ask what I was wearing and ask me to send pictures back, which I never did, thank God.
“I remember telling my best friend about it at the time and we were both a bit ‘weirded out’ and not sure what to do.
“It was so forward. It all got a bit too much. I was trying to live a normal life with work and friends, but my phone would constantly be going off. It ended when I was forced to block him.”
Clarke sent messages for around three weeks after the pair became Snapchat pals in August 2016 — but he never asked to meet her in person.
A year earlier, Clarke had sent an intimate photo over Snapchat to Norwegian film producer Synne Seltveit who he met at a business meeting, The Guardian claimed this week.
His lawyers last night said it was “highly unlikely” that he would have shared such an image with Seltveit and he “did not recall” doing so.
But Seltveit showed a copy of the X-rated picture to Guardian journalists, apparently proving that it came from Clarke’s Snapchat account.
Catherine, who is speaking out after hearing about Clarke’s alleged behaviour with other women, said: “From reading other women’s accounts, it appears he often used Snapchat to send pictures.
“I was just a fan who wanted to see what he was up to during his day-to-day life.”
The Sun last night attempted to put Ms Evans’ claims to Clarke and his lawyers but received no response.
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