Glamorous blonde ‘relentlessly stalked BBC DJ and his wife’ and ‘screamed at him ‘you will die” – The Sun
A GLAMOROUS blonde relentlessly stalked a top DJ and his wife, a court heard yesterday.
Sarah Jane Rook, 43, allegedly screamed at BBC Radio 6 Music presenter Giles Peterson: "You will die."
Former BBC legal assistant Rook, 43, is said to have turned up at his home posing as a charity worker and the following day allegedly climbed up scaffolding opposite to spy on him.
She appeared at East London’s Thames magistrates’ court yesterday via live video link from Bronzefield women’s jail accused of harassment charges against Giles and his wife and also breaching bail conditions.
Rook is further accused racist harassment towards a police officer who arrested her.
She is said to have waged a month-long campaign of harassment against 55-year-old Giles and his Japanese wife Atsuko, who she allegedly called a ‘Hiroshima bitch.’
Rook is also said to have gone to the BBC’s Broadcasting House HQ, where Fremch-born Giles works, in Portland Place, Central London.
She allegedly stood outside the North London home where record label owner Giles, born Gilles Jerome Moehrle, and wife Atsuko live and yelled vile obscenities.
Rook even went to Atusko Moehrle’s work place and screamed abuse at her, it is alleged.
Giles, whose BBC radio weekend slots cover a wide range of genres, including soul, hip-hop, house, Afro, Latin and jazz, called police after a series of incidents beginning on 15 February.
Rook was then further charged with breaching bail by being in an area she was restricted from going and with stalking Giles between 21 and 24 March.
Rook, who describes herself as a photographer and journalist, denies four counts of harassment, two of them racially-aggravated, and breaching bail conditions.
The court heard she claims the accusations are ‘’malicious.’’
She was remanded in custody to appear for summary trial at magistrates on a date to be fixed.
As well as his DJ work, Giles founded two labels called Acid Jazz and Talkin' Loud.
In 2006 he opened his current label Brownswood Recordings.
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