TikTok influencer, 29, broadcast finish of ‘chaotic’ relationship to his two million followers earlier than bombarding ex-girlfriend with texts and displaying up at her work, courtroom hears

A TikTok influencer with greater than two million followers broadcast the tip of his chaotic relationship along with his ex-girlfriend earlier than bombarding her with texts and stalking her at work. 

Thomas Hill was concerned in a relationship for round a 12 months with Charlie Mullis after she despatched him a direct message following a publish speaking about his psychological well being.

After a ‘turbulent’ relationship, Ms Mullis determined to interrupt it off with Hill on 28 January final 12 months, the Previous Bailey heard.

However Hill reportedly stalked Ms Mullis, following her to the health club and sending flowers to her office.

A courtroom additionally heard how the 29-year-old repeatedly sat exterior her house texting her, at one level sending 44 messages in at some point, a few of which included threats.

Thomas Hill, 29, a social media influencer with greater than 2 million followers bombarded his ex-girlfriend Charlie Mullis and threatened to finish his life after they broke up

The TikToker posted the end of his chaotic relationship online as well as showing up unannounced to his ex-partner's workplace and sending her unwanted flowers

The TikToker posted the tip of his chaotic relationship on-line in addition to displaying up unannounced to his ex-partner’s office and sending her undesirable flowers

Ms Mullis blocked Hill on Snapchat, just for him to arrange completely different accounts below completely different names and add her as a buddy once more.

He additionally posted photos of himself self-harming and speaking concerning the finish of the connection, jurors heard.

The TikToker would weaponise his psychological well being to control his former girlfriend to fulfill up with him which she did to keep away from his behaviour worsening. 

He often despatched her messages threatening to finish his life. One such message learn: ‘Blame your self once I do not exist anymore,’. 

The barrage of messages and the fixed following, together with leaving playing cards below her windscreen wipers,  left Ms Mullins afraid to be in her own residence, jurors heard.  

Janet Weeks, prosecuting, advised jurors: ‘Mr Hill has an infinite quantity of followers on social media, significantly on TikTok the place he has over two million followers.

‘Their relationship was comparatively quick lived however fairly intense.

‘She (Ms Mullis) describes her relationship with the defendant as chaotic.

‘It turned in order that she felt she couldn’t meet up with mates, go to the health club and in direction of the tip of the connection, she mentioned his behaviour acquired worse.

‘She broke up the connection on 28 January 2023.

‘That basically brings us to our indictment interval as a result of the prosecution say Mr Hill didn’t settle for the tip of the connection.

‘He would broadcast the tip of the connection very a lot within the public eye on social media.’

‘He wrote and posted, globally to all his followers, many hundreds of individuals concerning the finish of the connection and his psychological well being and naming personally her, Charlie Mullis,’ continued Ms Weeks.

‘He posted movies of them having personal arguments.

‘She blocked him below one username on Snapchat after which he arrange one other username and did it once more when she blocked him with that.

‘She was genuinely frightened for his psychological well being, he would usually within the messages between them, use threats about his psychological well being to regulate her.

‘Through the indictment interval, she did from time to time agree to fulfill him with a purpose to keep away from the worst of his behaviour.

‘He would management her and get her to fulfill him.

‘She had no intention of rekindling the connection, however they did meet up and on one event she did agree to fulfill him in a lodge and so they ended up having intercourse. However to her that was not the re-commencement of the connection..’

Hill was additionally mentioned to have created plenty of faux social media accounts in Ms Mullis’ title which he commented on together with movies of his personal.

Ms Weeks added: ‘At instances throughout this era, he bombarded her with cellphone calls and texts, he would flip up unannounced when she was at work or on the health club.

‘He would ship photos to her so she knew he was really there exterior.

‘He would ship texts to her as quickly as she walked by way of the door saying he knew she was at house.

‘He despatched flowers to her work, he adopted her to the health club, he turned offended she was even on the health club.’

Hill then positioned a card beneath the windscreen wipers of her automotive to mark their anniversary on 7 March.

‘Due to the extent he was following her and monitoring her, it made her terrified of being in her own residence,’ Ms Weeks mentioned.

‘It precipitated her anxiousness and it affected her bodily and psychological well being.

‘On 8 March, he was sitting exterior her handle for a lot of, many hours, in impact just about all day in his automotive.

‘He was watching her and calling her, he was threatening to kill himself in addition to making a lot of calls for of her.’

Jurors have been proven 44 pages of messages from that day alone.

They included: ‘Blame your self once I do not exist anymore,’ ‘why the f*** are you hanging up on me,’ and ‘f***ing inform me egocentric woman, cease losing my time.’

Ms Weeks added: ‘There have been actually dozens of calls, each minute of each hour, it led her to name the police who discovered him sitting inside his automotive in a really emotional state.

‘Mr Hill was arrested exterior the handle, he was in an especially anxious state and his behaviour on arrest was excessive, he advised the officers this was all regular and he had extreme separation anxiousness from her and simply wanted to be close to her.

‘The problems on this case are that he’ll declare that the 2 of them though they break up up in January they started seeing one another quickly after.

‘He’ll say he was by no means given any impression that the contact from him was undesirable.

‘He says the contact between them was mutual on each side.’

Hill, of Thamesmead, southeast London, denies one rely of stalking with out worry, alarm or misery.

He described himself on-line as a ‘Social Media Influencer based mostly across the Automotive Business’ with ‘2.3 Million Throughout TikTok and Instagram.’

The trial continues.

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