A woman previously convicted of stalking Harry Styles has been remanded in custody for allegedly forcing her way into his home.
The former One Direction singer was at his North London home when the accused, 28 year old Diana Tarazaga-Oreo reportedly arrived last Wednesday.
Tarazaga-Oreo who is Spanish national transgender, was accused of using violence to force her way inside the premises. She allegedly pushed a woman who worked their into a wall.
She had also been accused of damaging a plant pot during an altercation with a security guard. She has already been barred from going within 250m of Harry Styles, having been previously convicted of stalking the singer in 2019.
Earlier this week, she was arrested and appeared at Westminister's Magistrates Court. She was subsequently removed from the hearing and taken to the cells after repeatedly shouting "Harry" and "I'm not going to hurt him, I love him". She also threw herself to the floor at one stage.
Tarazega-Oreo has been charged with breaching her restraining order, criminal damage to the property valued at £5,000. She was also charged with assault by beating and using violence to force her way into Styles' home.
The court had also heard how she was unfit to enter pleas.
Tarazega-Oreo was later remanded in custody by Magistrate Tan Ikram until her next appearance at Wood Green Crowd Court on March 25.
Harry Styles' representatives refused to comment on the matter.