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‘Devil Baby’ stalker of Premier League stars breaks silence and says she regrets her actions

‘Devil Baby’ stalker of Premier League stars breaks silence and says she regrets her actions

A social media influencer from Exeter who dubbed herself ‘Devil Baby’ has spoken out and admitted her regret over actions that almost landed her in jail. Orla Melissa Sloan, 22, stalked Chelsea and England star Mason Mount for four months after a one night stand between the pair.

Sloan used 21 phone numbers to stalk the Manchester United transfer between June 19 and October 28 last year. She also stalked Mount’s team-mate Billy Gilmour and harassed Ben Chilwell on separate occasions.

Sloan’s desperate attempts to contact Mount and his teammates stretched to her claiming she’d had an abortion after sleeping with Gilmour, whilst also threatening to unleash her ‘Devil Baby’ alter-ego. It worsened as she told Mount that she’d stopped buying food in an effort to buy more phone numbers to contact him.

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The influencer demanded apologies from the Premier League stars for ignoring her messages. But instead she faced jail for her actions.

When sentenced at Westminster Magistrates’ Court this week she was handed a 12-week suspended jail sentence, a 30-day rehabilitation order, 200 hours of unpaid work, a total of £1100 in compensation to be paid to the Chelsea stars, £85 costs and a £154 victim surcharge. A five-year restraining order was imposed, banning her from contacting the footballers in the future.

TikToker Orla Melissa Sloan, 22 from Exeter, Devon, leaves Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London, after she was handed a 12-week prison sentence suspended for 18 months, for stalking Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount and his former teammate Billy Gilmour as well as harassing fellow Blues star Ben Chilwell. (Image: PA)

Now she was finally spoken out for the first time about her actions. Speaking to The Mail on Sunday, Sloan said: “The online world is so removed from the real world. You don’t have the same sense of perspective because you’re just in your bedroom, on your phone. It doesn’t feel the same but, in reality, people are watching what you’re doing and it’s affecting their lives.

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  • June 25, 2023