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A staring stalker passed a model’s tattoo shop window up to ten times a day in a harassment campaign that left her too terrified to have a baby, a court heard today.
Yusuf El-Habachi, 29, began tormenting Helen Green in 2013 by repeatedly stopping by her salon in Soho, central London, and looking at her.
El-Habachi also went to the tattoo shop, called One by One, and made s~xual comments to Miss Green, who models under the name Arabella Drummond.
Elhabachi returned to the store in 2018 after a five-year gap and continued to stare at her through the window until he reported it to police.
Ultimately, he was served with an indefinite restraining order and told to complete 30 days of rehab in October 2018.
But he violated the order by walking past her Berwick Street store and making eye contact with her on July 5, 2021.
The Westminster Magistrates Court heard it was the third such violation of a restraining order against contact with Green.
El-Habachi also stole four cans of Red Bull from a Greggs on July 19, 2021, and is currently under investigation for a further breach of the order.
Ms. Green said in a statement read in court: “This situation is affecting my relationship with my partner, as there are days when I want to leave the country.
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“There have been days of crying and worry. I’m tired of losing my life for this man … I just want this to end. ”
Ms. Green said that she wants to have a baby with her partner, but she has avoided trying to have one due to concerns about future encounters with El-Habachi.
“I constantly feel in danger,” she said.
- Yusuf El-Habachi, 29, began to torment Helen Green in 2013 by staring at her
- El-Habachi also went to into her Soho tattoo shop and made sexual comments
- Restraining order issued in 2013 to stay away from Ms Green – who is a model
- But El-Habachi breached it by walking past shop – One by One – in July this year
- El-Habachi, of Forest Gate, east London, admitted breaching a restraining orde