Mr Harris explained: 'Strangely they said the order had been made by Ms Roberts, to be delivered by Ms Roberts.'He added: 'It was at that point that Ms Roberts realised that he wasn't just going to go away.He wasn't just going to get bored, as it were, and forget it.He used them to send thousands of Twitter and Instagram messages.Knife and fire emojis were pictured on the most disturbing messages compared to the other more affectionate tweets where the Afghanistan veteran declared his love to the flame-haired singer. Instead she meticulously copied every vile missive until after five years the target changed to her friend, R n' B singer Joel Compass, which prompted the 31-year-old to contact the police.Davies had been the star's boyfriend at the heights of the Girls Aloud fame but the pair parted company in 2008.It was reported at the time they were engaged during the 18-month relationship but public rows, including one at the G-A-Y nightclub just before she performed with her bandmates, led to the then 22-year-old calling time on their relationship.Nicola Roberts' ex-boyfriend, who threatened to burn and stab the Girls Aloud star in a five-year cyberstalking campaign, allegedly breached his restraining order by looking at her Instagram page.
However, the 40-year-old appeared again at Guildford Crown Court yesterday and was told he would stand trial next year after being accused of viewing the star's Instagram page.Davies, from Flint in North Wales, was due to stand trial for two to three days at Guildford Crown Court from April 30 next year.Davies had admitted one count of stalking and another count of persistent use of public communication network to cause annoyance or inconvenience from 2012, and was handed a 15-month prison sentence, suspended for two years.There was a stack of 3,000 in total.'The messages ranged from loving - 'I love you', 'I want to be with you' type of messages - to violent and threatening types of messages.'There's the use of knife emojis, threats of burning, and a lot of messages somewhere in between.Ms Roberts took screenshots of each of these messages whenever they came and sent them to the police in due course.'What caused her to, in the end, contact the police, was contact she had with her friend Joel Compass.Judge Jonathan Black said on Friday: 'For a period up to 2008 you were in a relationship with Nicola Roberts, the singer-songwriter, but that came to an end in 2008.'From the date the crown says was in 2012, you say was in 2014, but for the purpose of this sentencing makes little difference, you sent 3,000 messages to her through the use of around 35 fake social media accounts.'Some of those messages were loving, wanting to be with her, some messages with little meaning but other messages threatening serious violence, mentioning knives and burning.'He added: 'One of the questions Ms Robert's asked at her police interview and I think there's many people in this courtroom today wondering the same thing, is 'Why does he think we're still in a relationship?