Harry Styles’ latest stalker has been jailed and barred from watching his gigs.

The former One Direction singer, 30, was targeted by 35-year-old Myra Carvalho, who was said in court to have bombarded him with 8,000 cards in less than four weeks.

It’s now emerged she was sentenced to 14 weeks behind bars after appearing on Tuesday (18.04.24) at Harrow Crown Court – which sat at Hendon Magistrates’ Court in London – where she pleaded guilty to a charge of stalking involving serious alarm or distress.

A restraining order lasting for 10 years was slapped on Myra, according to the Daily Mail, which also reported she was ordered not to attend any event where Harry was performing.

Myra – who was staying at a hostel in Kensington and Chelsea, south west London – was also told not to contact the singer and not enter an area of north west London which was outlined in court.

She was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £134.

Harry is said to have been left “shaken” by Myra’s behaviour, with a source quoted by the Mail saying he returned from a Caribbean holiday with his actress girlfriend Taylor Russell, 29, when before he was targeted by Myra.

The insider added: “Harry was really shaken up. He had spent the start of the month in Anguilla with Taylor and James Corden and he’d had a great break.

“This happened not long after he had come back. Harry just wants to carry on as normal, but this has been concerning.”

In February, a court was told Myra – who has a partner in her native Brazil – had developed and displayed “sexual urges” towards Harry.

Myra’s barrister Clementine Simon has said her client’s doctor in Brazil believed she was suffering a “manic episode” and questioned if she was fit to enter a plea.

Harry was also targeted by stalker Diana Tarazaga-Orero, 29, in 2022.

She forced her way into his home three years after she was convicted of stalking.

It was reported at the time by The Sun her actions forced Harry to upgrade his security.

The publication said it involved employing a night guard and installing a panic lock on his bedroom door.