Leslie replied in a loud, clear voice: "I am, yes."Prosecutor Andrew Hadik, from the Crown Prosecution Service, gave brief details of the allegations against Leslie.He asked the judge to remind the 35 reporters squeezed into the back of the court that the alleged victim in the case was entitled to lifelong anonymity. District Judge Evans asked Leslie to stand, to which he replied loudly: "Certainly."Not guilty plea Leslie was read the charges and asked whether he wanted to indicate pleas, to which he replied: "Yes."Asked what his pleas were, he replied firmly: "Not guilty."As he left the dock, the former Blue Peter presenter immediately took the hand of his girlfriend, who put her arm round him and led him from court with his lawyer Danny Friedman.
Hope shes expelled if the allegation is largely - and it does dental it is.
The call depends on the set up that is determined upon.
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Is it quickly that we are not breaking scores for a while.
TV presenter John Leslie was today committed to stand trial at Crown Court on sex offences.
Lesley, 38, denied two counts of indecent assault when he appeared in a 10-minute hearing at Bow Street Magistrates' Court in central London.He was committed to stand trial at Southwark Crown Court, in London, where he will next appear on July 31.The former host of ITV's This Morning programme arrived at court dressed in a black pin-stripe suit and holding hands with his girlfriend Abby Titmuss.He was charged with indecently assaulting a woman twice at his home between May 25 and May 28, 1997.Leslie in dock The 6ft 5in star was listed on court records as John Leslie Stott and was repeatedly referred to as Mr Stott by district judge Anthony Evans.He sat bolt upright in the dock with his hands clasped together in front of him and staring straight at the judge.