Harry Styles' 'Manic' Stalker Arrested After Expressing ‘Sexual Urges’

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Harry Styles' stalker is facing jail time after she sent "a total of 8,000 cards in one month" to the artist and expressed "sexual urges."

Myra Carvalho, 35, appeared at Harrow Crown Court in London after she was accused of having stalked the former One Direction star.

A 10-year restraining order has been put in place.

Harry Styles Stalked By Woman Who Sent '8,000 Cards In One Month'

Harry Styles' Stalker Arrested After Expressing ‘Sexual Urges’ & 'Hand-Delivering Letters'

Ms. Carvalho was sentenced to 14 weeks imprisonment after she pled guilty to a charge of stalking involving serious alarm or distress. According to The Mirror, she was also told that she could not attend any event where Harry Styles was performing and was ordered not to contact the 'As It Was' singer directly or indirectly.

She was ordered to pay a surcharge of £134.

Stalker Expresses 'Sexual Urges' Towards Harry Styles

Harry Styles' Stalker Arrested After Expressing ‘Sexual Urges’ & 'Hand-Delivering Letters'

"This defendant has traveled all the way from Brazil, and has frequently and to an extremely intense nature [harassed Styles] by sending over 8,000 cards and describing sexual urges towards him," prosecutor Alejandra Llorente Tascon said in February. "She has a partner [in Brazil]... It also causes great concern to the complainant. She hand-delivered letters and wedding cards.”

The 35-year-old allegedly expressed "sexual urges" towards the 30-year-old actor, which left the former One Direction member "shaken."

Harry Styles Left 'Shaken' By Stalker's Actions

Harry Styles' Stalker Arrested After Expressing ‘Sexual Urges’ & 'Hand-Delivering Letters'

According to the DailyMail, a source claimed, "Harry was really shaken up. He had spent the start of the month in Anguilla with Taylor and James Corden, and he'd had a great break."

They added, "This happened not long after he had come back. Harry just wants to carry on as normal, but this has been concerning."

Ms. Carvalho's lawyer, Clementine Simon, told the court that Ms. Carvalho's doctor believes that she suffered from a "manic episode" and questioned if she was fit to enter a plea.

Harry Styles was also the victim of stalker Diana Tarazaga-Orero, 29, in 2022. She forced her way into his home three years after she was convicted of stalking.

Harry Styles Opens Up About Struggles During Pandemic

Harry Styles' Stalker Arrested After Expressing ‘Sexual Urges’ & 'Hand-Delivering Letters'

The 'Watermelon Sugar' singer previously opened up about the pandemic and how, for about six weeks, he did "practically nothing." He didn't write any music or record anything.

The pandemic also made him realize that his busy schedule made him avoid people -- something he wanted to change.

"Whether it was with friends or people I was dating, I was always gone before it got to the point of having to have any difficult conversations," he told Better Homes & Gardens, but he decided to put the lockdown to good use and committed to becoming a better friend and family member.

"I realized that that home feeling isn't something that you get from a house; it's more of an internal thing. You realize that when you stop for a minute," he added.

Harry Styles Opens Up About Mental Health

Harry Styles' Stalker Arrested After Expressing ‘Sexual Urges’ & 'Hand-Delivering Letters'

The artist has also been open about his mental health struggles, even telling fans he has gone to see a therapist, and it's nothing to be ashamed of.

“I have been to therapy. I don’t go often as my therapist is in L.A. We call sometimes. I felt like there was a big part of me that was like, ‘Everybody I know is in therapy and I don’t think I need it.’ And I wanted to be the guy who didn’t have to go to therapy,” he admitted on 'The Howard Stern Show' in March 2020. “Somebody just described it to me as, ‘You can tell somebody everything. You can talk [to] somebody, pay them, and then they are not allowed to tell anyone.' So, I thought about getting one in London, but, for me, it is much easier to have one person who is a vessel, who I can tell everything to. If I started having two different people, it would confuse me a bit.”

The 'Night Changes' singer also spoke with Better Homes & Gardens about therapy, claiming he "thought it meant that you were broken."

"I wanted to be the one who could say I didn’t need it.” However, speaking with a therapist made him “open up rooms in himself."

At this time, there are no concert dates for Harry Styles scheduled in 2024.