A man accused of stalking high-profile journalist and millionaire’s daughter Jemima Goldsmith, appeared at Hammersmith Magistrates Court for the first time today.
Conor Donal O’Mahoney, 60, of Pittock House, Freemens Way, Deal, Kent, did not enter a plea and was bailed until February 20 for the Crown Prosecution Service to review the case.
He charged with one count of stalking involving serious alarm or distress on or before September 27, last year within the London borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.
It is alleged he had an adverse effect on the 42 year-old mother-of-two’s usual day-today activities by contacting her on social media and once sending an Addison Lee taxi to her home address.
Westminster-born Jemima was married to Pakistani cricket legend Imran Khan between 1995 and 2004 and is identified in the charge under her married name.
Her parents are millionaire financier Sir James Goldsmith and Lady Annabel Goldsmith.
Her brother, Conservative politician Zac Goldsmith, 42, recently lost his Richmond Park seat and failed in a bid to become Mayor of London.
The CPS review is due to mental health issues O’Mahoney has.