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Harry Styles held at knifepoint by robber in London—report

/ 04:57 PM February 20, 2020

Harry Styles

Harry Styles at the Brit Awards 2020 in London, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020 (Image: AP/Invision/Vianney Le Caer)

Harry Styles was robbed at knifepoint during a night out with friends in London on Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14.

The unidentified man approached the 26-year-old singer around midnight, demanding cash while threatening him with a knife, as per an exclusive report by Mirror last Tuesday, Feb. 18.


Styles reportedly “played it cool” during the incident, keeping himself and the assailant calm as he handed over some money. The incident had left the singer “shaken up,” but was unharmed.


Police later confirmed that they were contacted about a knifepoint robbery in the Hampstead area in north London. According to the report, no arrests were made and an investigation was ongoing.

The day after, UK TV host and Style’s ex-girlfriend Caroline Flack was found dead at her home in London.

Despite the incident and the death of Flack, Styles continued to perform during the Brit Awards 2020. At the event, he wore a small black ribbon on his coat, which was believed to be a tribute to Flack. The singer later sang “Falling” from his latest album “Fine Line.”

Styles was nominated for Best British Solo Artist and British Album of the Year, as per report. However, the awards went to British rappers Stormzy and Dave respectively. Ryan Arcadio /ra


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