Katie Worth has pleaded to blame to breaching a restraining order in opposition to her ex-husband Kieran Hayler’s fiancee Michelle Penticost.
The 44-year-old former glamour style gave the impression at Lewes Crown Court docket for a plea and trial preparation listening to.
She up to now denied breaching a restraining order in opposition to her ex-husband’s fiancee.
The mummy-of-five wore a black coat, black leggings and white boots as she gave the impression ahead of pass judgement on Stephen Mooney.
She was once supported by way of her 33-year-old fact megastar fiance Carl Woods, who sat within the public gallery.
Worth has been accused of breaching a restraining order by way of sending an abusive textual content to Ms Penticost.
Ultimate month, ahead of the top of court cases, the pass judgement on warned the TV persona and businesswoman that she was once “in very grave threat of going to jail,” including: “I truly hope I do not see you right here once more.”
The prosecution had alleged that Worth despatched a message to Mr Hayler, describing his fiancee as a “gutter s***” and “c*****g w****”.
The textual content was once it appears despatched after Worth become acutely aware of an Instagram put up post by way of Ms Penticost about how she have been handled badly by way of other folks and the best way to care for it.
Ms Penticost stated the put up was once no longer associated with Worth, the prosecution stated.
The court docket additionally heard that Worth later despatched messages to participants of her circle of relatives announcing she had despatched a textual content to her ex-husband.
“I despatched that to Kieran lol,” one of the most messages learn.
The prosecution stated that circle of relatives member then instructed her to not ship to any extent further messages.
When arrested on 21 January, the court docket heard that Worth “made a number of feedback announcing she had finished not anything flawed” and mentioned she had no longer contacted Ms Penticost without delay and didn’t have her telephone quantity.