David Cameron's Stalker- Daily Mail Newspaper- Exclusive news story- ***September 2010***

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The woman accused of stalking Radio 2 presenter Jeremy Vine has also targeted David Cameron, the Daily Mail can reveal today.

Concerns over the Prime Minister's safety became so great that police were advised about the behaviour of 28-year-old Alida O'Reilly.

O'Reilly – who once called herself 'Jane Cameron' – joined the Conservative Party to gain access to closed events at which she also targeted senior Tories Liam Fox and David Davis.

'Psychotic¿: Alida O¿Reilly is accused of stalking Jeremy Vine and is thought to have also targeted Conservative leader David Cameron

'Psychotic': Alida O'Reilly is accused of stalking Jeremy Vine and is thought to have also targeted Conservative leader David Cameron

But it was Mr Cameron with whom she became fixated last year, resulting in her being asked to leave the party.

She was suspected of cloning his email address when he was Leader of the Opposition and started sending out emails pretending to be Mr Cameron.

The Daily Mail has now learned that officers from the Metropolitan Police along with security officials at the House of Commons were asked to be 'vigilant' if she appeared at Westminster.


In a further twist it also emerged that police officers have since learned that O'Reilly – who has a list of more than 14 aliases – has a history of carrying knives.

In recent weeks, she was described during one court appearance as being 'psychotic
and irritable'.

O'Reilly is due to appear before Kingston magistrates in South West London where she was scheduled to be served with a restraining order preventing her from targeting Vine and a local radio station host. The case was adjourned for four weeks pending psychiatric report.

Access: Conservative obsessed O'Reilly aka Alida Hill with Tory MP Liam Fox at a party function

Access: Conservative obsessed O'Reilly with Tory MP Liam Fox at a party function

The Mail told how Vine, 45, called in police after he was stalked for months, followed home and even spied on during his lunch break.

His tormentor appeared on websites alongside a superimposed image of Vine.

But now it has emerged that using the name Alida Hill, she posed and had photographs taken with Defence Secretary Mr Fox and former Shadow Home Secretary Mr Davis at Conservative party functions.

In February 2009, O'Reilly wrote on Facebook how she was 'looking forward to meeting Mr Cameron' but added chillingly 'regardless of who is trying to spoil the happiness'.

In another post on her Facebook page she wrote at the time: 'I just LOVE David Cameron – he's doing a great job.'

By this time she was in regular contact with the Conservative Party before concerns grew over her behaviour.

Fake: Alida O'Reilly superimposed Jeremy Vine's head so it looked like he was hugging her on her MySpace page

Fake: She superimposed Jeremy Vine's head so it looked like he was hugging her on her MySpace page

Stalker: Alida initially asked Jeremy Vine for directions but became increasingly hostile and aggressive

Stalker: Alida initially asked Jeremy Vine for directions but became increasingly hostile and aggressive

Last year Mr Cameron's private secretary Laurence Mann contacted the Metropolitan Police's Fixated Threat Assess'ment Centre and told them of his concerns about O'Reilly.

He pointed out that she was also using the name Alida Hill along with other aliases including Nicole Franzke, Annike Sophie Hill, Nicole Hanson and Nicole Ridley.

Warning police of his concerns, he told how she had since 'been asked to leave the Conservative Party' but he could not be sure how she would respond to the rejection.

Mr Mann wrote a memo to party staff saying the FTAC unit had advised that should the woman 'attend any Conservative functions... you should consider requesting she leave and then reinforce this by calling local police to help you eject her if she does not do as asked.

'Should she make any approaches to David Cameron FTAC advise us to assess the situation and request police to assist if there is any perceived threat.'

At least two officers working within the House of Commons were also put on alert to watch out for her.

Last night Government sources confirmed they were aware of O'Reilly and a warning
had been sent to party officials to keep her away from Mr Cameron.

A Facebook picture of Alida with Tory MP David Davies

A Facebook picture of Alida with Tory MP David Davies





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