Alex Belfield is an English former radio presenter for BBC Radio Leeds who was dismissed for misconduct. Belfield’s career began as an entertainer in Nottingham at the age of 14. From 2007, Belfield released videos through his YouTube channel, initially called Celebrity Radio before rebranding as The Voice of Reason in order to promote right-wing content. On 29 July 2021, Belfield appeared at Nottingham Crown Court accused of stalking eight people between November 2012 and March 2021, including BBC staff members Stephanie Hirst and Jeremy Vine. In September 2022, he was convicted of stalking charges and imprisoned.
Alex Belfield was born on the 14th of January 1980, in Nottingham, England.
|Date of Birth
|14th of January 1980
|Place of Birth
|44 years old
|Radio Presenter, Journalist, Entertainer, YouTuber
His educational qualifications are unknown.
- Father – Unknown
- Mother – Unknown
- Siblings – Unknown
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Alex has largely opted to keep his personal life away from the public spotlight, which makes it difficult for us to say anything about his love life and dating history.
Alex became known as a British YouTube personality, social media influencer, podcaster, whistleblower, media face, content creator, and entrepreneur from Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. This amazing guy is well-known in the country as the host of the series named The Voice of Reason. In September 2022, he was convicted of stalking charges and imprisoned.
On 18 June 2021 Belfield was summonsed to appear at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court, where he was charged with 12 counts of stalking “involving fear of violence or serious alarm or distress” on 1 July. On 29 July 2021, Belfield appeared at Nottingham Crown Court accused of stalking eight people between November 2012 and March 2021, including BBC staff members Stephanie Hirst and Jeremy Vine.
In September 2022, Belfield was convicted for four of eight stalking charges at Nottingham Crown Court. He was sentenced to five and a half years in prison; before sentencing “he was allowed to deliver a closing speech deriding the case as a ‘BBC and police witch-hunt’ and describing himself as ‘the No 1 anti-BBC journalist'”. He told the jury “I am offensive… My human right allows me to speak words that are not to everyone’s taste”. The judge noted that while Belfield acknowledged the distress he caused the victims, he showed more concern during the proceedings about being treated unfairly and how the process impacted him (Belfield) personally.
Alex Belfield Net worth
Alex Belfield has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million dollars as of 2024.
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Some Lesser Known Facts About Alex Belfield
- Belfield is a famous radio presenter and television host. According to the reports, he worked at BBC as a radio presenter. Moreover, he is also a podcaster and social media personality.
- He runs a show titled The Voice of Reason on his YouTube channel. He comes live every Wednesday and Sunday at 9 pm.
- Belfield was responsible for stories on the front pages of The Sun, the Daily Mirror and the Daily Express. In the early 2000s, He worked at Mansfield 103.2 FM.
- In 2010, he made lewd comments about weather presenter Keeley Donovan’s broadcasts at home that resulted in complaints from listeners. As punishment, Belfield was suspended from the station for a day and strongly reprimanded by BBC bosses.
- Belfield also launched an official website for his show. Apart from this, he is also a podcaster and host. Belfield also interviewed lots of famous celebrities.
- Alex has been jailed for five years and 26 weeks for stalking broadcasters including Jeremy Vine. He currently resides at HMP Five Wells, just outside Wellingborough.