British actress Claire Foy’s stalker was reportedly ordered to leave her for five years. The man had previously sent an email asking her to appear in his movie. Claire has appeared in several films and television shows, and she is known for playing the role of Queen Elizabeth II in the first two seasons of Netflix’s historical drama The Crown. The man’s name is reportedly Jason Penrose, 39 years old. Jason initially emailed Claire’s agent claiming to be a filmmaker and producer, saying he wanted to cast her in the next film. Jason reportedly sent Claire more than 1,000 emails, contacted her sister, and even knocked on Claire’s door in a month. An email was also sent to Claire’s spokeswoman Emma Jackson.
According to Sky News reports, Claire told the Highbury Corner Administrative Court in London that her experience was “very scary for her.” The report also states that Claire had called on Jason for a complete stalker protection order. A temporary stalker protection order was issued in February, but Jason violated shortly thereafter by sending letters and parcels. Under order, Jason is prohibited from contacting Claire or her manager Emma Jackson and going to their place of work or place of residence.
Claire made her acting debut in 2008 at her supernatural comedy show Being Human. She later starred in Terry Pratchett’s Going Postal (2010), White Heat (2012), Wolf Hall (2015), and The Crown (2016). For many years she has starred in films such as Rosewater (2014), Miss Shepherd (2015), Breath (2017), Anthein (2018), First Man (2018), and Spider’s Nest Girl (2018). increase.