Former BBC radio personality and YouTuber Alex Belfield, from England, recently made headlines after he was accused of harassing four people earlier this month.
He runs the Voice of Reason YouTube channel, where he occasionally speaks on a variety of current political issues. On January 6, 2007, he made this statement. For his conduct of harassing and assaulting individuals online, he can be severely punished. He did, however, release a statement on YouTube outlining his version of events.
Alex Belfield: who is he?
Alex Belfield, a 42-year-old former BBC radio host, is a local Nottinghamshire YouTuber. The Voice of Reason YouTube channel, which has over 372,000 subscribers, is now hosted by Belfield. In September 1997, he began his career by joining the launch team of Radio 106.
In August 2022, broadcaster Jeremy Vine and three others were accused of being stalked by Alex Belfield.
Belfield has focused on hosting and producing material for his Celebrity Radio website since 2012. On August 5, 2022, he was found guilty of simple harassment in connection with Vine and blogger Philip Dehany.
He has since been cleared of all four counts of harassment of BBC employees. He is also accused of harassing photographers Ben Hewis and Bernie Keith.
Radio host’s age and wealth
On January 14, 1980, Alex Belfield was born in Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. At 42, he is currently employed as a Youtuber. In September 1997, Belfield’s tenure as a member of the Radio 106 launch team began.
In 1999 he moved to Nairobi, Kenya and began presenting Belfield at Breakfast on Capital FM, 98.4. He then returned to the UK and, for the third time, joined Century 106 to work on the morning show.
He began his broadcasting career when he joined BBC Radio Leicester in September 2001. Between 2004 and 2010 he appeared on radio on Mercia FM, Touch FM, BBC Bristol, BBC Radio Shropshire and BBC Hereford and Worcester.
In 2006, he spent six weeks hosting the Capital Gold breakfast show in Birmingham before moving to London and taking over The Late Night Revolution, the station’s nationally broadcast late night show. Belfield made his BBC Radio 2 debut in December 2011 with Jimmy Savile’s final in-depth interview, which was conducted at Savile’s home in Leeds in February of that year.
Family members of Alex Belfield
Since Alex has never revealed his romantic relationships to the media, he is deemed to be single. He prefers to separate his personal life and his professional life. Nonetheless, Belfield has generated controversy over the years. In 2004, a Scarlet FM listener called his behavior idiotic and constantly forced local media to cover various controversial stunts and statements.
He was set to appear at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court on July 1 after being charged with stalking between specific days in June 2021, with some of the incidents dating back to November 2012.
Alex was granted parole until his hearing at Nottingham Crown Court on July 29. He is accused of causing Jeremy Vine great fear or discomfort. He is also accused of intimidating seven other people.
In 2018, Alex Belfield was photographed with Marie Osmond.
In August 2022, Belfield was found guilty of four counts of harassment and cleared of the remaining four. On September 16, 2022, he will be sentenced and could face a prison sentence.