Lovecraft, 29, loitered in the garden and shouted at Dani‘s wife, Toni Davey, through the letterbox of the house in Ipswich.
Ipswich Magistrates’ Court heard she was in fear of a man who was “clearly fixated on my family”.
In a statement read in court, Davey said she saw Lovecraft, who did not appear in the dock, in the back and front gardens of the house on 16 and 17 June.
She also said he had the name of her daughter tattooed on his arm and claimed he was her husband during the arrest.
Defending, John Hughes, said his client was “still very ill”, and had already been moved to a secure psychiatric hospital and would remain there.
He had also been facing charges of stalking and assaulting a woman, assaulting one man and exhibiting racially-aggravated threatening behaviour to a second man – all alleged to have happened in Ipswich in May and June.