A woman who stalked David Walliams could face jail after breaching her bail conditions by trying to contact him within a day of appearing in court.

Sarah Bartholomew, 29, from Clacton-on-Sea, took a letter and gifts to the Little Britain star’s home, Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court heard today (Friday).

Conditions were imposed on Tuesday barring her from any contact with Walliams ahead of her scheduled sentencing for one charge of harassment.

District Judge Ian Baker had said she wouldn’t face prison, but today left all sentencing options open. He warned any further breach would mean she’d be sent to Holloway Prison, adding: “That may be what you want, I don’t know.”

The hearing was adjourned ahead of reports on Ms Bartholomew’s state of mind.

The judge said: “Your client’s state of mind appears to have reached the stage that she is delusional about her relationship with David Walliams.”

She’d referred in emails to a relationship with Walliams that he was keeping secret.

Bartholomew sent him sexual emails, letters and poems and had to be forcibly removed from a studio where he was working. One email sent to Walliams’ agent said: “David knows what’s coming to him.”

Bartholomew sent the star underwear, cuddly toys, chocolates and DVDs and also went to his home. She sent one message saying: “I’d rip off your pants in a sexual frenzy. You can have me how you want – I’m ever so bendy.”

She was released on bail today on the condition she doesn’t contact Walliams or his agent or travel to London. She’ll appear at the same court on May 30.

Walliams is currently filming in America.