Tiktok idiot 'Mizzy', 18, fined £200 and banned from social media after invading family's home in 'prank' | The Sun

A TIKTOK nuisance teenager has been fined £200 and banned from social media after invading a family's home in a "prank".

Bacari-Bronze O'Garro, 18, known as Mizzy, from Hackney, east London, said he was "having fun" but "felt bad" as he apologised to the family.

He admitted to one count of failing to comply with a community protection notice at Thames Magistrates' Court on Wednesday.

Varinder Hayre, prosecuting, told the court O'Garro was issued with a community protection notice on May 11 last year.

Two of its conditions were that he not trespass on to private property.

He then breached that notice by entering a home on May 15 this year, according to Ms Hayre.

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"He went to the home address of the victim," she said. "The door of the property was open.

"Mr O'Garro walked into the property and immediately walked down the stairs.

"He was stopped by the home owner. He went into the living room. He sat down on the sofa and said 'Is this where the study group is?'"

"He was asked to leave multiple times by both the victim and the husband.

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"It was discovered that he had filmed the entire incident for a TikTok trend about walking into random houses."

Ms Hayre told the court the mother was under the impression O'Garro was attempting burglary, and added that she takes her family's privacy "very seriously".

"He has caused the family a lot of distress. The faces of the couple and their two young children can be seen," Ms Hayre said.

Lee Sergent, in mitigation, said O'Garro apologised to the family.

He said his client was raised by a single parent and had a difficult upbringing.

"Mr O'Garro grew up in a single parent household," Mr Sergent said.

"He had an extremely difficult childhood. He is an intelligent young man and a young man with some potential."

He said his client was neither in work nor education, but was instead in receipt of Universal Credit.

Mr Sergent added that his client had made some legitimate social media content, including playing games and discussing conspiracy theories.

Judge Charlotte Crangle issued O'Garro with a two-year criminal behaviour order.

The order included that O'Garro must not directly or indirectly post videos on to social media without the documented consent of the people featured in the content, that he must not trespass into private property, and that he must not attend the Westfield Centre in Stratford.

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She also ordered O'Garro to pay a fine of £200, as well as a victim surcharge of £80 and costs of £85 – totalling £365.

The Sun Online has decided to not share clips or details of O'Garro's TikTok video.

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