Danniella Westbrook on Tuesday reported a Brian Harvey fan page to police for “trolling” and “malicious communication.”
The former EastEnders star, 47, who dated Brian, 46, from 1991 to 1995 and was recently embroiled in a social media fight with the singer, took to Twitter to share a capture screenshot of the charges posted on the fan account, which has 17.7,000 followers.
Danniella tweeted: ‘@metpoliceuk Hello Leyton cid, how is it still not happening, malicious communication, slander, hate crimes and trolling! False alligations !! NICK NOW THEM! @instagram @tiktok_uk @YouTube CLOSE THEM! ‘ [sic].
Reported: Danniella Westbrook on Tuesday reported a Brian Harvey fan page to police for “trolling” and “malicious communication” (pictured Monday)
It comes after former East 17 star Brian was arrested on suspicion of malicious communication on Friday March 26 and live streamed the moment he was confronted with cops on YouTube.
In the social media post shared with the story from Brian Harvey’s fan account, another follower had manipulated an image of Danniella to have devil horns.
They alleged, “You can, reply with b **** comments and turn off my replies whatever you want, we know you are at best a protector and a trafficker *** and at worst a satanic pedophile, you live up to your nose collapse in corrupt, team @ brianharvey.east17. ‘
âNick them now!â: The former EastEnders star, 47, who dated Brian, 46, from 1991 to 1995 and was recently embroiled in a social media argument with the singer, has spoken out took to Twitter to share a screenshot of the accusations posted on the fan account, which has 17.7,000 followers
‘Malicious Communication’: In the social media post shared with Brian Harvey’s fan account story, another follower manipulated an image of Danniella to have devil horns
Arrested: This comes after former East 17 star Brian was arrested on suspicion of malicious communication on Friday March 26 and he broadcast live of the moment he was confronted with cops on YouTube
Brian Harvey’s fan account reposted the image shared by the social media follower in their story.
To which Danniella posted the screenshot on her Twitter and reported it to the police for “malicious communication”.
One of the soap opera star’s followers was quick to point out that this was not Brian’s direct page but rather a fan account.
To which she replied, “I don’t care who the hell does that nick them.”
Fan account: Brian Harvey’s fan account reposted the image shared by the social media follower in their story, it has 17.7,000 followers
Disclosure: One of the soap opera star’s fans was quick to point out that this was not Brian’s direct page but rather a fan account. To which she replied, “I don’t care who the hell does that nick them.”
‘Recurring nightmares’: The ex-couple, who dated 1991-95, recently engaged in an online war of words with the two stars making accusations via YouTube (pictured in 1994)
MailOnline has reached out to Brian, Danniella and the Metropolitan Police for comment.
Danniella and Brian dated for three years in the 90s, recently they were at war on social media where she called him a “paranoid coke freak”.
The actress also blamed Brian for her dismissal from the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks in 2015 following their joint campaign to “name and shame” child molesters in the UK.
Brian accused Danniella of having ties to a “pedophile ring” and also called her a “murderer”.
Live stream: On Friday, March 26, Brian live streamed the moment he was confronted with cops on YouTube
On Friday, March 26, Brian live streamed the moment he was confronted with cops on YouTube.
The troubled singer was met by six police officers at his London home before being taken to Leyton Police Station for questioning.
He live-streamed the bizarre exchange which showed him refusing to open his front door to the waiting officers and later asking them, “Are you going to kill me?”
The Showdown is the latest example of erratic behavior from the ’90s pin-up who racked up 11 Top Ten hits with East 17, including the party classic Stay Another Day.
Brian, who has long struggled with the depression that he said sparked a suicide attempt, appeared outside Downing Street in October 2014 to demand to speak to then Prime Minister David Cameron about “Stolen money“, claiming that the government owed him money.
Pictured: Harvey (far left) starred in East 17 alongside bandmates Terry Coldwell, Tony Mortimer and John Hendy Divers and rose to fame with songs such as the Christmas hit Stay Another Day
And three years earlier, he had expressed his fury at Southern Electric, claiming he had been treated unfairly for an unpaid bill, once again voicing his grievances on YouTube.
Most famous of all, in 2005 he crashed his Mercedes-Benz, blaming the three roasted potatoes he had just eaten.
His unpredictable outbursts came after he was sacked from East 17 in 1997 for defending ecstasy, claiming the drugs made him a “better person”.
He said he took 12 ecstasy pills and always went home safely.
Concerns over Brian’s well-being, as well as his public run-ins with ex-fiancee Danniella, kept the singer in the headlines after his music career imploded, which included failed returns with East 17 and a solo career attempt.
It has not been confirmed if Danniella was involved in Brian’s crime which he broadcast on YouTube last month.
Brain was heard questioning agents to see if they were at his address “under oath” and repeatedly asked “Why are you doing this to me?”
He added: ‘That’s it, that’s it everyoneâ¦ that’s it.
Fame: He appeared on I’m a Celebrity in 2004
“They are still there everyone, they are still thereâ¦ they are still there. ‘They are there again everyone. They are there.
“Can’t you touch that please?” Look, you’re freaking me out – what are you doing? ‘
A police officer asked Brian, “Are you coming for a chat?” “
Speaking from behind a metal door, Brain said: “I am arguing, but please don’t -” Why do you want to break into my house? I’m being arrested but why did you come to my house?
“Listen, go away, go away, I’ll come with you; you have my word but please stay away from me.
“No, you don’t stay that close – you won’t come back to my place.” I’ll come with you, why are you doing this to me man?
âPlease, I need your protection. Look what’s happening to me, see how many people are here. What is that? Why are you doing this to me? ‘
Police explained that an allegation of malicious communication had been made against Brian, but that he still refused to let them enter his property.
Candid: Harvey has spoken openly over the years about his ongoing battle with depression and how he considered taking his own life
Brian said, âMalicious communication? Buddy, are you gonna kill me a lot? You’re going to put me in jail and kill me for the queen. You are.
‘I know people, look at thisâ¦ look what they do to me. You’re making me sick, first of all, are you here under oath today, are you all here under oath?
“The oath you took to the Queen to uphold the common law of the land – are you here to take the oath today?” I’m asking you.’
Officers weren’t ready to go into details given that Brian was filming, but the former singer named two victims who he said were instrumental in his arrest.
Eventually, after police said Brian’s behavior made them fear for his safety, he was forced to accompany them – leaving the live stream to continue recording.
He said, ‘I’m going to come with you right away. You are not going to my house. I do not agree with this right but I will go with you peacefully.
“Can you just step back so I can come with you.” What are you gonna do with me? You’re gonna kill me aren’t you? You are.’
Last month, Brian filmed another video for YouTube, explaining that the police had carried out a “welfare check” at his home.
Career: Harvey was fired from East 17 in 1997 after claiming ecstasy could “make you a better person” in a live radio interview