“From one entitled prick to another”

Liam Gallagher took to Twitter to address the judge who presided at the recent trial for his son Gene.

Gene appeared in court this week, where he along with Ringo Starr‘s grandson Sonny Stark and model Noah Ponte are accused of assaulting shop staff at a Tesco store during an alleged fight in May 2019.

The case and charges were dropped by the prosecution on the first day of trial. This meant that the accused would not face formal punishment. Joanna Greenberg, the judge, criticized them and described them as “stupid”. “entitled”They said that their behavior was unacceptable. “completely out of order, no doubt as a result of having been drinking”.

According to reports, the prosecution conceded that the Tesco employees involved in the brawl were innocent “over-reacted”. Greenberg went on to tell Gallagher Starkey and Ponte, however, that the conduct of these employees was unacceptable. “doesn’t diminish to a great extent the bad behaviour” they’d enacted.

The judge continued: “It is a hard enough for people running late-night stores without entitled young men thinking they could get what they want by misbehaving, and this is what the two of you did.”

Liam now uses Twitter to express his opinions on the comments made regarding his son. “Judge Judy can kiss my arse hole,”He wrote. “From one entitled prick to another, as you were LG x.”

He continued: “Funny thing is 99 per cent of judges are massive CUNTZ LG.”

“Asking folk to sit down, stand up, rise, fuck off with your noncey wig.”

He also added: “If ya can’t steal from Tescos, where can you steal from eh? This country is over.”

Gallagher, Starkey, and Ponte were all charged with assaulting employees at the Hampstead grocery in May 2019. Gallagher (20 years old) was charged with racially-aggravated attack on Hiran Rajput. Starkey (21 year old) was also charged with assaulting Rajput and Shvium Patel. Ponte was also accused of stealing alcohol from Patel and attacking him after racially abusing the latter.

Influencing the prosecutors’ decision to drop the case was newly uncovered CCTV footage, handed to the court by Starkey’s defence lawyer, which reportedly shows one of the Tesco staff pushing the 21-year-old over. An independent eyewitness claims that the staffer was actually seen. “hitting and grabbing Mr Starkey and appearing to target him”.

Alexander Agbamu, the prosecution, responded by telling the court that Gallagher had been killed and Starkey had been murdered. “now have a strong case to the effect that Mr Starkey was lawfully defending himself and Mr Gallagher was lawfully defending Mr Starkey.”

Agbamu also pointed out that a Tesco security guard said the altercation took place “avoidable”. According to the prosecutor, “the staff should have been more patient with the males”As “they were clearly young and drunk”.

Gene Gallagher and Sonny Stark are from left to right. Noah Ponte is from the right. CREDIT: David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images to REALISATION PAR

Ponte’s charge – over the alleged theft of a canned gin and tonic priced at £1.70 – was cleared by a jury yesterday (April 1) after 30 minutes of deliberation. Greenberg, who allegedly insisted on the Crown Prosecution Service dropping the charge entirely, said that that particular offense was unacceptable. “trivial”.

Greenberg presented Starkey and Gallagher a document. “bind over”The three-year-old case was closed on the condition that the couple would not be in trouble for twelve months.

Gallagher, Starkey and Ponte first appeared in court in February 2020 when the charges were issued. Both the son of the Oasis frontman and grandson of The Beatles drummer were described as “windmilling”Highbury Corner Magistrates Court heard that a shopkeeper attempted to stop them from leaving the store.

Ponte was also accused of telling Patel: “You bloody Indians. Go back to where you came from. You’re not wanted here.”

Last year, all the defendants pleaded not guilty to their individual charges, and remained on bail until the trial at Wood Green Crown Court.

Gene, who played bongos during the song ‘One Of Us‘ from his father’s second solo album ‘Why Me? Why Not‘ and later performed with him on Later… With Jools HollandHe is also a musician.

Gallagher told recently that his brother Lennon fronts a band called Automotion. Camille AtebeThat “Gene’s got some tunes on the go as well” with both is sons creating music that’s “so fucking weird.”


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