A TV star stalker has revealed his next target could be presenter Davina McCall as he branded her his new: “Number one sweetheart.”
Robert Keegan made the warped remark about ex-Big Brother host Davina while sitting outside a court – where he was appearing accused of stalking another telly host.
He was handed a suspended jail term and was barred from going anywhere near Sophie Morgan, who fronted the Paralympic Games for Channel 4.
But, as our online video reveals, the stalker is now infatuated with Long Lost Family star Davina, 50.
Our footage shows Keegan, 33, in a black suit with slicked back hair, smoking a cigarette outside Camberwell Magistrates Court in south east London.
He sneers: “I’m a sucker for a sweetheart. And right now my number one sweetheart is probably Davina McCall.”
Incredibly, twisted Keegan then appears to address his other victim Sophie – to say he forgives her.
He says: “Even after all of this, yeah, I would still forgive you and you could have me if you wanted.”
In court Keegan admitted stalking Sophie, 33.
The presenter, who was left paralysed after a car accident, said his behaviour had left her too scared to go home.
She never met the warped obsessive but, from last October until June this year, Sophie was bombarded with his Instagram messages “almost daily”.
In one bizarre on-camera rant he fantasises about carrying her around “because it would be romantic”.
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He continues: “Obviously I could probably carry you in the wheelchair. I care about the fact that you’re a sweetheart. I’m a sucker for a sweetheart.”
The court heard Sophie was “very scared about what he [Keegan] will do if he sees me in person. I have had to stay away from my home address”.
Keegan pleaded guilty to one count of harassment. He was given a 12-month prison sentence, suspended for 18 months. He was also given an indefinite restraining order.
The Sunday Mirror has passed details of his latest creepy comments about Davina to her representatives.
But Keegan is part of growing stalking problem in Britain.
New Home Office figures show the number of recorded stalking offences has trebled, from 2,882 in 2014-15 to 10,214 in 2017-18.
And a report last year found police put victims at risk by failing to investigate or record complaints correctly.
Other celebrity victims include Loose Women presenter Christine Lampard and BBC News journalist Emily Maitlis.
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Stalker Christof King, 39, sent Christine sinister tweets, turned up at her home and posted bizarre letters — including one addressed to her dog.
He was given a suspended jail sentence and banned for life from contacting Christine or her husband, former footballer Frank.
Emily was stalked for more than 20 years by her former university friend Edward Vines, 47.
He was jailed for 45 months in January for breaching an earlier indefinite restraining order.
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