YouTube star Ally Law could be BANNED from making more clips

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Ally Law appeared in court over an alleged Big Brother house break-in (twice!) and, if convicted, police want him banned from owning a camera phone, YouTube channel & social media presence.

“They are tying to strip my basic human rights away from me,” Law claimed on a GoFundMe page.

Law started his YouTube channel in December 2014. The first video he uploaded was of him performing parkour on the top of buildings in Southampton city centre, filmed on a GoPro camera. Law started to receive local media attention in the Southern Daily Echo for his stunts in December 2015, after he scaled Dumbleton Towers in the Thornhill area of the city.

Law has climbed in multiple locations around the world, such as Melbourne, Dubai, Bangkok, and Barcelona.

As a consequence of trespassing Thorpe Park to climb the Stealth roller coaster in July 2017, Law was globally banned from all Merlin Entertainment theme parks and amusements for life.

In January 2018, Law along with Ryan Taylor, broke into the Celebrity Big Brother house twice.

Law also does ‘overnight challenges’, where he and a group of friends will attempt to stay in a range of commercial premises after closing hours.

Law’s YouTube channel passed the 1 million subscriber mark on 9 May 2018.

The joker has now crowdfunded almost £30,000 from fans for legal fees to fight the order, which could only be imposed if convicted.

Aa a YouTuber who filmed himself scaling the Tyne Bridge could be banned from shooting clips in the future.

Prankster Ally Law has appeared in court over allegations he broke into the Celebrity Big Brother House in January.

The 21-year-old has amassed over 1.4 million YouTube followers thanks to his videos, which include the Tyne Bridge climb.

But police want him banned from owning a camera phone as part of a Criminal Behaviour Order he’s dubbed “ridiculous”.

“They are tying to strip my basic human rights away from me,” Law claimed on a GoFundMe page.

“I am not a criminal at all.”


“I make these videos to entertain others – I get hundreds of messages every single day telling me how much the videos have helped them.”

He claims he’s turned to crowdfunding after his clip-making left him £150,000 in debt.

He appeared at St Albans Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday to face two allegations of aggravated trespass at Elstree Film Studios in Borehamwood on the night of Friday, January 26.

Law, of Hepworth Close in Southampton, entered no plea. Co-accused Ryan Taylor, 25, of Lichfield Road in Walsall, also entered no plea.

The pair were bailed to re-appear at the court on August 21 for a plea hearing.

If convicted, the police will also seek an order against Law which could also see him banned from several theme parks, including Alton Towers and Blackpool Pleasure Beach, as well as the London Eye.

Northumbria Police took no action over the Tyne Bridge video.

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