Alex Belfield called into question Vine’s honesty and tried to publish family and friends’ phone numbers, court hears

A man who was jailed for stalking Jeremy Vine has apologised in court after being sued over the campaign of harassment and abuse he waged against the broadcaster.

Vine sued Alex Belfield for defamation and harassment less than a year after Belfield’s conviction for stalking him and others. The high court heard that Belfield had made several untrue allegations against Vine that called into question his honesty, as well as trying to publish his family and friends’ phone numbers online and encouraging people to call him while he was working.

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