A man pleaded guilty to stalking by sending intimidating comments to former BBC Breakfast host Louise Minchin and her adult daughter on Instagram.
Carl Davies, 44, was due to be tried but changed his guilty plea on both counts.
Davies, of Flint, Flintshire, admitted causing alarm or distress to Louise Minchin and Mia Minchin in July 2020.
He was ordered in the Caernarfon Crown Court not to refer to women on any social media site.
Furthermore, he must not encourage third parties to do so or contact women directly or indirectly.
Davies was told he was not to go anywhere near any BBC owned or operated venue, or any BBC movie set or area.
He was released on bail pending a pre-sentencing psychiatric report.
The court heard that Davies served in the military in Iraq and lived with untreated post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) for many years.
Judge Nicola Saffman told the court that the most likely sentence was immediate imprisonment.
Davies will be sentenced on December 15.
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