Police released this mugshot of Mark Revill, 50, ahead of his sentencing this month
Police have released a chilling mugshot of the deranged stalker who waged a terrifying campaign of harassment against Keira Knightley.
Mark Revill left the Oscar-nominated actress fearing for her safety when he flouted a restraining order to send her a series of threatening tweets, in which he described himself as a ‘public executioner’.
The 50-year-old suggested he would attack the Hollywood star, her husband – former Klaxons keyboard player James Righton, 33 – and two-year-old daughter Edie at their home.
Using his Twitter handle Mark McCattipuss, Righton also posted images of a naked girl on Twitter.
Police today released a mugshot of Revill ahead of his sentencing at the end of the month.
The tweets came just one month after he received a suspended prison sentence and an indefinite restraining order for meowing through her letterbox and writing her threatening letters.
Ms Knightley beefed up security at her £3.9m north London home after Revill made her too scared to leave the house.
Revill suggested he would attack the Hollywood star, her husband – former Klaxons keyboard player James Righton, 33 (pictured) – and daughter Edie, two, at their home
Revill tweeted: ‘My campaign of disobedience continues in Canonbury tonight.. JR and KK are not going to get much help from the police.’
‘James Righton viewed £keiraknightley as an ‘asset’ at the beginning’.
‘If Righton iz play the devil, maybe i iz play public executioner yah? Of course not iz death threat’.
‘Righton got too big for his boots last week. I iz cut him down to size yah? I iz top dog Yah Righton. Transfiguration yah?’ Righton is just a glorified chastity belt’
‘And still The Villain Righton makes his wife suffer’.
Two days later he posted: ‘I iz b******ing resigning from my reign of terror against the w**re and the devil. Really dont see why i should have to. F-k the c-s.’
Revill repeatedly delivered letters and postcards to the star’s home – in a haunting twist on a scene from Love Actually, in which Mark (Andrew Lincoln) declares his love for Ms Knightley’s character using a series of cue cards on her doorstep.
He also dropped off a USB containing a song called ‘The Fuzzy Kitty Waltz’ he had written for the Pride and Prejudice star, 32.
He made meowing noises through the letterbox of the north London home she shares with husband and their young daughter.
On one visit Revill hung around on the pavement before drawing a large chalk arrow on the paving stones pointing to her front door.
Revill admitted breaching a restraining order as well as producing 324 indecent photographs of children, distributing indecent photographs of children and sending menacing messages
The stalker changed his name to Mark McCattipus and also goes by the name Ziggy.
He sent Ms Knightley a note asking her if she had listened to the music, and also wrote two letters to her mother.
Revill admitted stalking the Pirates of the Caribbean star last December claiming he was in love with her although he had been approaching her primarily to promote his music.
He was then a handed eight week prison sentence suspended for 12 months.
As part of the restraining order, Revill was given a mandatory six-month mental health requirement, and a rehabilitation activity requirement of 30 days.
Mark Revill left the Oscar-nominated actress fearing for her safety during his terrifying campaign
He was also banned from contacting Ms Knightley directly or indirectly, banned from going within 100 metres of her family, within 100 metres of any address she uses, and an exclusion zone in Islington until further notice.
Revill, from Hackney in east London, admitted breaching the restraining order against the actress by sending indecent, obscene or managing messages at Blackfriars Crown Court.
He also admitted one count of producing 324 indecent photographs of children, one of distributing indecent photographs of children and one of sending menacing messages.
Judge Rajeev Shetty ordered further psychiatric reports yesterday and remanded Revill in custody until he is sentenced on September 22.