Who is Mizzy? TikTok prankster arrested for ‘breaching court order’ following Piers Morgan interview
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Mizzy, born Barcari-Bronze O’Garro, made headlines this week as the TikTok prankster was charged with failing to comply with a Community Protection Notice. This comes after a widely shared video showed him entering someone’s home without permission.
Mizzy has now been arrested for ‘breaching court order’ and was filmed earlier today being detained by a plain-clothed officer on the roof of a building near an Iceland store in south-east London. A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police told MailOnline: ‘On Friday, 26 May, officers arrested an 18-year-old man on suspicion of breach of a criminal behaviour order. He has been taken into custody. Enquiries are ongoing.’
Mizzy has published a number of controversial videos online showing him pranking people. Two of which include him running into a stranger’s house and stealing a dog from a woman in a park.
Mizzy appeared on Piers Morgan Uncensored just a few hours after he appeared in Thames Magistrates Court where he pleaded guilty to failing to comply with a community protection notice that had been issued last May following a police investigation over online videos.
Morgan quizzed the 18-year-old about his antics which has included ripping pages out of library books and riding an e-bike through a supermarket. Mizzy responded: “This whole public uproar just makes me laugh because people are getting hurt over something that didn’t happen to them and that’s how I see it as.”
Morgan asked the TikToker: "What has been motivating you to terrorise the people around where you live?" to which O’Garro responded that he had “remorse” and added: "I wouldn’t really call it terrorising, I’ll just call it more having fun...Of course I care… I have remorse..I am my own person. I am legally an adult now so I can do what I want."
Piers doubled down during the interview asking why Mizzy didn’t show remorse, however, the 18-year-old insisted that he issued an off-camera apology to a woman whose house he walked into. He said: "You see this situation that blew up on the internet walking into random houses, the next day I apologised to the woman because I felt bad.
"That was more of a spur of the moment thing, I got spurred on and my ego got a hold of me. I realised that at that moment and that’s why I went to apologise the next day...I went to go and apologise off social media. I could have recorded that apology, that would have been another viral video – whether it’s hate or whatever. Literally, hate brings money. Hate brings likes. Hate brings views. It doesn’t matter – love or hate – it still brings views.”
Mizzy was given a £200 fine and a £85 victim surcharge plus £80 cost. He was also issued with a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) which prohibits him from "trespassing into any private property, including residential homes, business properties, school and retail outlets; uploading directly or indirectly any original video content on social media including but not limited to; Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter and YouTube without prior documented consent of the people in that content; and attending Westfield Stratford City."