Carl Davies accused of violating a restraining order for stalking singer Nicola Roberts but charges were dropped

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has apologised to Girls Aloud singer Nicola Roberts for not prosecuting an ex-boyfriend accused of violating a restraining order for stalking her.

In May last year, Carl Davies was given a 15-month prison sentence, suspended for two years, and a lifetime restraining order after he admitted stalking the singer. He reportedly sent 3,000 messages to Roberts, including threats to stab and burn her.

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