An actor shouted ‘I will kill you, you stupid b****’ at his ex-girlfriend and bombarded her with ‘disturbing’ texts, a court heard.
Milo Blue Makromallis smashed a £1,300 window when his former girlfriend Cosima Geisenfelder refused to let him into her home in Kensington, West London last September.
The 21-year-old stood outside her home shouting: “I will kill you, you stupid b****” while she barricaded her door and neighbours called police.
According to BFI and IMDb online, Makromallis played a soldier in Jason Flemyng’s 2017 independent horror-comedy ‘Eat Locals’.
The apocalyptic vampire romp stars Charlie Cox, Doctor Who’s Freema Agyeman and Mackenzie Crook, as well as Lock Stock and Barrel star Dexter Fletcher and Annette Crosbie OBE.
Makromallis, of Notting Hill, appeared in the dock at Westminster Magistrates’ Court wearing a blue shirt and Nike Airmax trainers.
He pleaded guilty of criminal damage and assault by beating an emergency worker after kicking PC Alastair Linthwaite when he was arrested at the scene.
He had been told to “stay out of trouble” and was ordered not to contact Ms Geisenfelder last December but messaged her in February saying: “Hope you’re watching Larry. I would say I hope you’re alright but no I just hope you’re watching Larry… Haha hope you’re okay too though.”
Makromallis was supported by his mother in the public gallery, as he was released on conditional bail ahead of sentence and ordered him not to contact the victim.
Prosecutor Malachy Pakenham said: “Police have informed me he’s been contacting the victim and I’m going to be asking for a restraining order.
“He broke a window, then assaulted the officer who came to deal with the matter.
“There was a knock on the door on the victim’s door, she saw her ex-partner, the defendant, he began shouting abuse at her and demanding money that was owed to him.
“She tried to shut the door on him but he stopped her saying ‘I will kill you, you stupid bitch’.
“She managed to close the door at which point he started to violently kick it. She heard something smashing coming from the living room she went in and found the window had been smashed.
“The defendant could be seen leaving the front garden seconds later and an independent witness provided a statement saying he heard an argument, heard screaming, called the police then heard the sound of smashing glass.
“The defendant returned when the police arrived at the scene. The officer then goes to arrest him and he kicks the arresting officer in the groin area.”
Bench chairman Colin Bateman-Jones adjourned the case until Friday, July 3 for a probation report to be completed.
Makromallis interrupted the bench chairman to say: “[Larry] used to be our favourite TV programme and I was just asking her if she was watching it.”
Mr Bateman-Jones replied: “No contact in any form. Mobile, text, whatever you might feel and we’ve all been there, put the phone down.”