Pop star George Michael is furious with Britain's Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) for releasing his alleged stalker.
Fan Lucy Nowak was arrested in 2004 for breaking into Michael's north London home.
When she appeared in court to answer charges of harassment and criminal damage, Michael pleaded to the jury to offer Nowak mental health care instead of sending her to jail.
Despite Michael's plea for Nowak to stay out of jail, he is unimpressed with her punishment and does not feel safe from her.
He says, "In the last year and a half, I've had the CPS release a stalker who basically was sending me death threats and breaking into my houses.
"She broke into my house on seven occasions. Once she was living there for a week without me knowing. She's smashed windows. She's stolen money. She wore my clothes. I've seen her in my clothes on the street.
"The police arrested her on two occasions and put her in a cell, and on both occasion the CPS let her go.
"At the time, I didn't want to make too much noise about it. But she was very ill and I should know I am safe from someone like that who's sending me notes about Mark Chapman (Lennon's killer) and John Lennon. It's terrifying. I have to have locks put on windows and things like that, but the CPS didn't see fit to make me safe from her."