TV presenter Christine Lampard has said she only feels safe while her stalker remains free because her mother is able to track her on her mobile phone.
Christof King, 39, of Brent, in north-west London pleaded guilty to stalking the Loose Women star and was also found to have sent menacing tweets to her
He been bailed until his sentencing on July 27 but in the meantime Mrs Lampard's mother is making sure she is safe.
Christof King has admitted stalking Christine Lampard and was also found to have sent menacing tweets to her
'My mum has Find My Friends on my iPhone so she can keep track of everything I'm doing,' she told the Mirror.
'I'm 39… if I stay out late she knows about it and where I've been. She's always asking why I stayed out so late.
'But I've come out the other end. It wasn't ideal. I feel safer now.'
King, who wanted career advice from Lampard, sent tweets and letters and turned up at her house on more than one occasion, causing her to hide in a bedroom with the housekeeper.
At a court hearings last month, Lampard said the man who 'made her life a misery' during a three-year stalking campaign started by sending her 'dark, sinister and incoherent tweets'.
The wife of England and Chelsea footballer Frank Lampard said King would hang around outside the couple's home and sent her bizarre letters.
He sent threatening tweets including one saying