Security consultant for Harry Styles was the target of a stalker’s “threat to kill”, Diana Tarazaga-Orero because she considered him as a barrier to a romantic relationship with the pop star. A court was informed on November 24 that Style’s security consultant was terrified as a result of 29-year-old Diana Tarazaga-jokes.
The Sun reported that Tarazaga-Orero threatened to “murder her” by showing up at Michelle Roycroft’s workplace. 52-year-old Roycroft, a former Met officer, claimed she received over one hundred threatening texts and calls. She remarked, “It was terrible. Styles was alleged “constantly on his guard” during a hearing in September, according to an earlier story.
Even on the day that Tarazaga-Orero allegedly showed up at Style’s home in north London in February, it is claimed that she continued to send the ominous messages. The 28-year-old musician feared being stalked by his assailant, who broke into Styles’ house without permission while he was there.
Who is Diana Trazaga Orero?
Diana Tarazaga-Orero, a 29-year-old transgender woman of Spanish descent, views Roycroft, Styles’ security advisor, as a barrier to seeing the One Direction singer. At the Highbury Corner magistrates court, Orero consented to a stalking order and is currently being held under a mental health order.
Diana Tarazaga-Orero broke into Harry Style’s house in February of this year after being confused for a delivery person. The pop star was upstairs when she forced her way inside and started fighting with a builder. In addition, she is charged with forcing a housekeeper into a wall before breaking a plant pot. He was prohibited from approaching Styles within 250 meters after being found guilty of stalking in 2019.
He reportedly pled not guilty to common assault, damaging property, and using violence to secure entry to the premises at that time. “I declare myself guilty for breaching the restraining order and entering the house, but not guilty to the assault”, he told the court.
In 2019, Harry Styles first encountered the stalker at a bus stop and, under the impression that she was homeless, volunteered to assist her. Then Orero kept showing up in front of his house, even seizing Styles when he was out jogging and demanding money.
Don’t Worry Darling
Harry Styles has been the subject of discussion for the past few days due to the end of his romance with Olivia Wilde. An alleged disagreement between Harry and his co-star Florence Pugh led to their breakup. There were rumors that the “Midsommar” star and director Wilde fell out in July after she failed to make any meaningful public or internet advertising efforts for the psychological thriller “Don’t Worry Darling.”
Tributes to Cecilia Marshall:
Janai Nelson, LDF’s President, and Director-Counsel: “It is with a heavy heart that we received the news today of Ms. Marshall’s passing. Ms. Marshall was a civil rights activist, historian, mother, grandmother, widow of LDF’s founder Thurgood Marshall, and a phenomenal supporter of LDF – including as a devoted member of our Board of Directors.
She also had a robust sense of humor, was kind-hearted, and exuded a mighty force belied by her petite stature. She was a cherished member of the LDF family, and we extend our deepest condolences to her immediate and extended family who shared her with us so generously over the years.”
Sherrilyn Ifill, LDF’s seventh President, and Director-Counsel: “It saddens me deeply to learn of the passing of Mrs. Marshall, who was a faithful member of the LDF Board, and a great lady. It was my absolute honor to have the opportunity to get to know her and to bring her closer to the fold of the LDF family during my time as Director-Counsel.
Marshall-Motley Scholars Program
Her devotion to LDF, the organization her husband founded and where she once worked as a secretary in her early days, remained undiminished, and she took her Board service seriously. She was the recipient of numerous awards from LDF and lent her name and support to our efforts to support young civil rights lawyers, most recently through the launch of LDF’s Marshall-Motley Scholars Program.
“But what I appreciated most was Mrs. Marshall’s warmth, energy, and sense of humor – and her fulsome embrace of LDF’s leaders and staff. She was a meticulous caretaker of her husband’s legacy and was delighted in seeing the growth of young LDF lawyers who were following the path he created. Mrs. Marshall also revered the Supreme Court and enjoyed her membership in the circle of spouses of former Supreme Court justices.
On the rare occasions when she attended oral arguments in the Court, it always seemed to me that everyone sat up a little bit straighter. I know I did. I extend my deepest condolences to the entire Marshall family and to my former colleagues on the Board and staff at LDF, in this monumental loss of our beloved Board member.”