Millie Bobby Brown was stalked by a ‘super fan’ who lied to security in order to get onto her latest film set, a court has heard.
Brown, 18, was filming upcoming flick Damsel - set for release next year - in London when Dalian Martin, 26, reportedly scammed his way towards the Stranger Things star.
Police were called to the set after Martin’s invasion and the individual’s reasons for wanting to contact Brown are ‘unknown’.
Papers from Martin’s recent hearing at Highbury Corner Magistrates Court seen by the Sun read: “Martin has on two occasions attended filming venues where high profile actress Brown is in attendance recording for Netflix and a live podcast.
“Martin provided false information to security staff at each venue in an attempt to gain access to the venues and make contact with Brown for unknown reasons.”
On 16 May, Martin was accused of ‘acts associated with stalking’ and issued an interim stalking protection order, which prevents him from contacting Brown or her family.
He is also not allowed to visit any locations where the star might be. Nor can Martin take any images - still or moving - of Brown.
He has been instructed not to wait for or follow her and police must be notified of any devices in his possession that provide him internet access.
Passwords for his social media accounts, which according to the outlet have now been deleted, must also be handed over to law enforcement.
Martin is scheduled to appear in court again on 7 July and if he fails to comply with any of the above orders in the meantime he could face jail.
LADbible has approached Brown’s representative for comment.
Brown shot to fame on Netflix’s Stranger Things, the fourth season of which has just been released.
In a recent interview promoting the latest instalment of the series, Brown joked that she wants producers to 'kill people off' because the cast is getting overly big.
Sharing her hopes for season five of Stranger Things - which is yet to start filming and will be the show’s final season - Brown told The Wrap: “You need to start killing people off. We need to have the mindset of Game of Thrones. Kill me off!
"They tried killing David [Harbour] off and they brought him back!”
Co-star Noah Schnapp echoed her point, saying: “One of us will die. Or more. The cast is so big.”
Brown added: “I am scared to vocalise anything that I want, because it always turns into ‘Millie Bobby Brown demands this storyline’.
“I’m just going to say I trust the Duffer brothers and their creative process.”
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