Jeremy Wines was left “amazed” after his family home was surrounded by anti-vaxxers who “writ” his wife.
The 56-year-old TV and radio presenter said the protesters were angry about the BBC’s coverage of the Covid vaccine.
They arrived at his home in London this morning – although he was not at home and his Rachel Scofield was given a “writ” instead.
Vine posted a video on Twitter saying that a group calling themselves “The Resistance” had previously visited his family’s home.
Another video showed a group of anti-vaxxers gathering near the house, with a voice saying they would “take the whole street” by putting up yellow protest boards if Vine didn’t respond.
Vine wrote on Twitter: “‘I’m not at home at the moment so these guys served my wife an “anti-wax writ” instead.
They are angry with the BBC’s Kovid vaccine reporting. They were polite, for which I am grateful, but coming to my house on Sunday? And I’m also a little bothered by the heavy breathing.”
In another tweet, which featured video of a group waiting with a yellow board, Vine wrote: “Waiting near my house if my wife hadn’t accepted the ‘anti-vaxx writ’ on my behalf. This group would have ‘completely taken the alley’.
“The street name and house number are clearly shown in the original video. Always happy to get engaged but not like this.”
Vine then shared a series of horrific threats she received from anti-vaxxers.
One of them said: “You must be worried mate, this is just the beginning.”
Another read: “Wait till we come with Jeremy’s noose…”
It comes as Vine launched a High Court defamation case against 41-year-old radio presenter Alex Belfield.
Vine claims Mr Belfield harassed her online – a claim Mr Belfield denies.