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The judge said: "I was alarmed and fearful at being targeted and it has trampled over my right to a family life.
I feel concerned that the posts were left in the public domain for so long and I am concerned that is has exposed me to other people who intend to harass and molest me, or worse." The court heard Harris had agreed to be a surrogate mother for a couple, but in June last year she decided to keep her baby and her case was heard in the family courts before Judge Singleton.
But instead, her plea on the website Just Giving attracted the wrong kind of attention - from an embittered surrogate mother who had appeared before her in court just months earlier.
With a background in music, she also participated in a legal fundraiser called Battle of the Bar Bands for several years before joining Singleton in 2016.
When she publicised a sponsored 18 mile walk for disadvantaged children on the internet, family court judge Sarah Singleton hoped it would get the right attention needed for donations towards her cause.
Last January the case went against Harris with the judge ruling the unnamed child should remain with the couple.
Cavendish Press' coverage of Harris' harassment case featured in The Daily Mail and The Times.
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