The real housewives of Cheshire star Dawn Ward appeared in court for racially molesting two Jewish brothers and for possessing cocaine.
The 47-year-old Wag and his businesswoman are charged with committing the crimes on October 29th last year at the Euston Railway Station in London – but will not be brought to trial until March 2022.
Ward currently lives in a £ 15 million mansion with her husband, former premier footballer Ashley Ward, with whom she shares four daughters: Charlie, Aston, Darby and Taylor.
The real housewives of Cheshire star Dawn Ward appeared in court for racially molesting two Jewish brothers and for possessing cocaine
Ward is married to former footballer Ashley Ward and they have four daughters together including Aston, Darby and Taylor (pictured)
The mother of four (pictured on the Real Housewives of Cheshire), who lives in a £ 15million Cheshire mansion with her former soccer star husband Ashley Ward, has been told that she will not be tried until March 2022
Ward, of Great Warford, is charged with the racially aggravated willful harassment of Jake and Sam Jacobs at London train station.
She was also charged with possession of cocaine – a class A drug.
Any charge has the potential of six months behind bars or an unlimited fine.
She first appeared in Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court on September 10th of that year, but was later re-invited to a hearing on September 28th.
She denies all charges.
A spokesperson for Dawn Ward told The Sun, "She vehemently denies these allegations and looks forward to clearing her name in court when the full facts can be released."
Ward currently lives in a £ 15m mansion with her husband, former premier footballer Ashley Ward (pictured together), with whom she shares four daughters: Charlie, Aston, Darby and Taylor
She has been married to former Premier League soccer player Ashley Ward (pictured together) since 1995 and the two live together in a six-room apartment on 12 acres
Dawn (third right) plays along with her Real Housewives on the hit show (L-R) Lauren Simon, Ampika Pickston, Leanne Brown, Tanya Ward and Magali Gorre
The indictment read: "On October 29, 2019, at Euston Railway Station, Eversholt Street, Camden, London, in order to cause Jake Jacob's harassment, alarm or distress, threatening, abusive or offensive words or behavior were used, thereby causing the one or the other caused harassment, alarm or distress of persons and the offense was aggravated racist. & # 39;
She faces an identical charge Sam named Jacobs.
The indictment continues: "On October 29, 2019, Euston Street Railway Station in Camden, London had a large amount of cocaine in your possession, a Class A controlled drug that is in violation of the Misuse of Drugs Act of 1971."
Earlier this month, Ward announced to MailOnline that the family had been spending more time together after contracting coronavirus and feared the worst.
She said, “I was so poor for two weeks. It was more worrying when you first got it because you didn't know what to expect. You see a lot of people who have been really sick, so expect the worst.
“My kids didn't really show that many symptoms, but it's the longest I've ever been in bed. It's the longest time I've stopped working, and out of our family, I've probably gotten the worst. & # 39;
Ward has been a loyal contributor to the Real Housewives of Cheshire since its inauguration in 2015.
Outside of the show, she runs her own sculpture clinic in her sprawling £ 15 million mansion, offering luxurious cosmetic procedures.
This includes nonsurgical facelifts worth £ 1,250 and luxurious facials.
She has been married to former Premier League soccer player Ashley Ward since 1995 and the two live together in a six-room apartment on a 12-acre estate.
He retired from the sport in 2005 after playing for several teams including Manchester City, Leicester City and Sheffield United.
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