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27 October 2020 02:33

The Real Housewives of Cheshire Brian Dowling Tanya Bardsley

Get the stories that matter to you sent straight to your inbox with our daily newsletter. Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Invalid Email The Real Housewives of Cheshire star Dawn Ward has appeared in court after she was accused of racially aggravated harassment and possession of cocaine charges at Euston Railway Station on October 29, last year. The WAG and businesswoman was told she won't face trial until March 2022. Mum-of-four Ward, 47, is accused of racially aggravated intentional harassment towards two people, Jake Jacobs and Sam Jacobs, at the London train station. She was also charged with possession of a class A drug, namely cocaine.

Real Housewives star Dawn Ward charged with racially aggravated harassment and possession of cocaine

She first appeared at Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court on September 10 this year but was later called again on September 28 for a plea hearing. She denies all the charges. (Image: ITV / Monkey Kingdom) The charges read: "On 29/10/2019 at Euston Railway Station, Eversholt Street, Camden, London with intent to cause Jake Jacobs harassment, alarm or distress used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour thereby causing that or another person harassment, alarm or distress and the offence was racially aggravated." She faces an identical charge which names Sam Jacobs. The charges continue: "On 29/10/2019 at Euston Railway Station Eversholt Street, Camden, London had in your possession a quantity of cocaine a controlled drug of class A in contravention of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971." (Image: Instagram) Her case was called before Inner London Crown Court today for a pre trial hearing and a court official said she is now set to face trial in March 2022. Dawn posted on her Instagram on Monday night denying the allegations. She wrote: "I vehemently deny these allegations and look forward to clearing my name in court when the full facts can be made public. "Thank you for all the overwhelming support, it really means a lot."