Claire Foy cuts a stylish figure in a striped blue jumpsuit as she steps out in New York – as it emerges stalker who left her ‘terrified in her own home’ entered the UK illegally
Claire Foy cut a stylish figure as she was spotted arriving at the Robin Williams Centre in New York City on Tuesday.
The actress, 38, slipped into a blue striped jumpsuit for the outing, which hugged every inch of her gorgeous figure.
Claire belted the outfit at her svelte waist and added extra height with a pair of red perspex heels.
Stylish: Claire Foy, 38, cut a stylish figure as she was spotted arriving at the Robin William Centre in New York City on Tuesday
The stunner accentuated her features with a warm make-up palette, complete with lashings of mascara and a nude lip.
And toted her belongings in a black handbag and swept back her dark locks into a low ponytail.
Brit Claire was later seen leaving the venue as she grasped a takeaway tea in her hand.
The Robin Williams Center for Entertainment and Media is a 4,000-square-foot screening room and educational space that opened in October 2016.
Tea: Brit Claire was later seen leaving the venue as she grasped a takeaway tea in her hand
The venue is named after the beloved comedian Robin Williams who died by suicide at his San Francisco Bay home in 2014.
The outing comes after it emerged a man who had been stalking the actress and sent her thousands of explicit messages had entered the UK illegally.
‘Obsessive’ Jason Penrose, 49, posed as a Hollywood producer and repeatedly targeted Claire – at one stage turning up at her home.
The American stalker bombarded her publicist Emma Jackson with more than 1,000 explicit emails, including one referring to rape between February 19, 2021 and February 7, 2022.
Gorgeous: The actress slipped into a blue stripped jumpsuit for the outing, which hugged every inch of her gorgeous figure
Penrose appeared at Wood Green Crown Court on November 28 where he spoke only to confirm his name. Judge David Aaronberg KC warned him that he could be deported after sentencing.
Penrose was told he faced at least 30 months behind bars for his persistent stalking campaign.
Penrose launched a ‘campaign of consistent stalking’ sending thousands of explicit emails, eight switchboard messages and going to the star’s home.
RIP: The venue is named after the beloved comedian Robin Williams who died by suicide at his San Francisco Bay home in 2014 (pictured in 2013)
In emails shared with the court, he sent graphic messages detailing Claire being raped and how he wished for her to be his girlfriend.
Penrose also contacted Claire’s sister by email and ex-boyfriend by text.
On December 17, 2021, the Golden-Globe-winning actress was horrified to find Penrose had turned up at her home and was repeatedly ringing her doorbell, Thames Magistrates court heard.
Casual: She toted her belongings in a black handbag and swept back her dark locks into a low ponytail
Claire suffered sleepless nights and said the ordeal has affected ‘every aspect’ of her life, at one stage begging friends and industry colleagues not to tag her in pictures in case Penrose used them to track her movements.
On the night he went to Claire’s address, the door intercom was answered by her daughter, and Penrose said: ‘It’s Jason, I’m outside.’
The stalking left the actress ‘in genuine fear for her safety and terrified and helpless in her own home.’
‘Obsessive’: The outing comes after it emerged her stalker Jason Penrose (pictured) who had had entered the UK illegally