The court heard that in November last year McBride appeared at one of McElderry's concerts and sat on the front row.
"I started the second last show and the same person who had been to my house was sitting on the front row and was staring at me. I was really scared.
I started the second last show and the same person who had been to my house was sitting on the front row and was staring at me. I was really scared.
McElderry's mother Eileen Joyce said she felt anxious and bewildered when McBride appeared on her doorstep.
"I was moving some furniture to a new house and a guy came and knocked on the door and asked where Joe was.
I asked who he was and he said that was irrelevant.
He said Joe was a liar and he had his best friend lying for him.
I felt really anxious and I asked him to move off the doorstep. I felt nervous and bewildered."
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