TikTok tearaway Mizzy fails to appear before magistrates for breaching court order with videos at Wireless Festival – despite being banned from online stunts
- O’Garro allegedly broke a court order on July 7 when he attended a festival
Notorious TikToker Mizzy will be back in court next month after he failed to appear before magistrates today for breaching a court order.
The 18-year-old, whose real name is Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, is known for vile stunts including bursting into the homes of strangers and stealing dogs from their owners.
He was given a two-year criminal behaviour order in May banning him from filming members of the public for social media videos without their consent.
But O’Garro vowed to carry on and allegedly broke the order on July 7 when he attended the Wireless Festival in Finsbury Park.
He was filmed dancing in front of the crowd and giving interviews.
Mizzy – real name Bacari-Bronze O’Garro from Hackney, East London – failed to appear before magistrates today. He’s seen at an earlier court hearing
In June, O’Garro was fined £130 following an incident on a train at Stratford station on April 25
In June, he was fined £130 following an incident on a train at Stratford station on April 25.
O’Garro was seen laughing as another person touched the controls of the train in footage posted online with the caption ‘GTA VI in real life’.
In a 40-second video, he was shown laughing in front of friends as he picks up a phone handset in the driver’s compartment and says: ‘Hello, can I call the police?’
He admitted using threatening or abusive words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour, causing people harassment, alarm or distress.
Earlier this month a video emerged of O’Garro filming himself smashing up a shop
In his latest video, O’Garro was seen walking along a road while calling himself ‘the chosen one’.
O’Garro, from Manor Road, Hackney, has also been charged with failing to comply with a direction under the Anti-social behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 by ‘failing to leave the locality specified, namely Finsbury Park’.
He was due to enter his pleas today but the hearing was adjourned until September 12 at Thames Magistrates Court.