Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts ‘was terrorized by a stalker who repeatedly showed up at his London home’

Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts ‘was terrorized by a stalker who repeatedly showed up at the singer’s London home’ as police arrested a man

  • Popstar went to London police station to report stalking man ‘fixed’ at home
  • Parent company Heart FM, where she DJs, even tightened security at her home
  • But a suspect has now been arrested after Ms Roberts was shaken
  • She moved from LA to London after the Pussycat Dolls went on hiatus in 2010

Popstar and Heart DJ Roberts, 40, is pictured on the BRITs red carpet in February this year

Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts was shaken down by a ‘stalker who became obsessed with her’ and showed up at her London home before being arrested.

The popstar, 40, attended a central London police station and had her privacy enhanced amid concerns over the man’s appearance in her home.

London police have now arrested a man in connection with the harassment of DJ Heart FM.

Officials at Heart’s parent company, Global, personally ensured greater safety for Ms Roberts, The Sun reported.

An industry source told the newspaper: ‘It has been a worrying time for Ashley, but she has remained calm, level-headed and focused on her work in her day-to-day life.

“Global has been excellent in providing security to escort Ashley in and out of the building as her safety is paramount. She is grateful for the support of the police after responding effectively to her reports. She has many good friends around her.

Roberts loves life in London

She moved from LA after the Pussycat Dolls went on hiatus

Roberts (left and right, earlier this month) is enjoying life in London, having moved from Los Angeles after the Pussycat Dolls went on hiatus

The early 2000s pop sensation rose to fame in the girl group led by Nicole Scherzinger behind hits such as Don’t Cha and Buttons.

Roberts put on quite a show at the BRITs in all black earlier this year

Roberts put on quite a show at the BRITs in all black earlier this year

Ashley moved from Los Angeles to London nine years ago after the Pussycat Dolls went on hiatus in 2010.

She said in an interview with the Mail on Sunday’s YOU magazine in 2019: ‘If someone had told me 10 years ago that this would be my house and I would drink tea and say British things like toilet and garbage, I would have been, like, ‘No way!’

Ashley shared how she realized the UK was her home after her beloved father Pat passed away in March 2018.

She said: “My dad’s passing made me see how many amazing friends I have here who tried to pick me up.

“But I thought, ‘Why am I trying to fight this LA-London thing when everyone here is so supportive? “

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