Footage of former Tasmanian Liberal MP Adam Brooks in his ex-partner's home has been given to Tasmania Police, a court has been told.
Mr Brooks' ex-partner Tanya Denison told the Burnie Magistrates Court on Thursday that on a number of occasions while she was at work he would enter her home and her bedroom without her knowledge.
Ms Denison made the allegations before Magistrate Tamara Jago in support of continuing an interim family violence order.
Mr Brooks' lawyer Anthony Mihal said his client denied any wrongdoing.
"The allegations are very much in dispute. All the allegations," Mr Mihal said.
Ms Denison said Mr Brooks was in her North-West home with her knowledge in November 2020, but alleged he entered her home without invitation a number of times in the first half of 2021.
"Even after he moved to Brisbane in January, he would come back to Tasmania and come into my house while I was working," Ms Denison said.
She also said that when in Tasmania Mr Brooks would watch her while she was home from a nearby lookout.
Furthermore, she said she believed Mr Brooks had instructed people to observe her movements and report back to him.
He will continue to stalk and harass me if he were to come back to Tasmania.Tanya Denison
Applying for the interim family violence order to be discontinued, Mr Mihal said the court had been misled on a previous occasion in relation to a car.
He said the court had been misled in relation to allegations Mr Brooks had been ignoring correspondence in relation to the matters.
Ms Jago declined to revoke the interim FVO, and ordered the parties to undergo mediation in a hearing in October.
She gave leave for either party to appear by telephone.
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