‘Dangerous’ BBC Radio DJ found guilty of stalking Jeremy Vine after ‘relentless’ online campaign


A ‘dangerous’ BBC Radio DJ has been found guilty of stalking Jeremy Vine after launching a ‘relentless’ online campaign of abuse.

Alex Belfield subjected the BBC presenter to a ‘wave of personal and unpleasant attacks’ on YouTube, Twitter and Facebook over an 11-month period, prosecutors alleged.

The 42-year-old had denied stalking Vine and seven other alleged victims, and claimed he was the subject of a ‘witch hunt’. 

But a jury at Nottingham Crown Court has today found him guilty of…



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