UPDATE: Rupert Quaintance bail variation denied…sort of?

Thanks to one of our readers for the following information from Rupert Quaintance’s court appearance today: Sometimes its hard to understand the English justice system. An 18-minute hearing today has resulted in only one change of detail to Quaintance’s bail. The judge has allowed Quaintance to have his passport back so he CAN GET A…

UPDATE: Rupert Quaintance in court today

According to the court lists at Southwark Crown Court, Rupert Quaintance will be attending court at noon today, in another attempt to have his bail conditions varied. At his previous court appearance last Monday, Rupert applied to have his bail conditions varied to allow the return of his passport. He stated he wishes to return…

UPDATE: Rupert back in court, refused passport

Many thanks to regular reader JW, who brought us this report from Rupert’s court appearance this morning: Well, I’m told that poor poor Rupert had an unsuccessful morning. His bail conditions were not varied and the Judge treated the application as “withdrawn” but with an option to revive at a later date. The Judge was…

Update from Angela…but how much is true?

The problem with being a serial liar is that when you do tell the truth, people are much less likely to believe you. And so we have very mixed feelings about bringing you this update from Angela Power-Disney, whose acquaintance with the truth is distant at best. An hour ago she posted this on her…

UPDATE: Rupert Quaintance trial set for late August

As our regular readers are no doubt aware, Rupert Quaintance appeared at Southwark Crown Court this afternoon, for his Plea and Trial Preparation Hearing (PTPH). He pleaded “not guilty” to charges of harassment, and his trial was tentatively set for 21 August 2017, though this date is subject to amendment due to witness availability. As…

UPDATE: Rupert to face 5 charges

Rupert Quaintance attended Hendon Magistrates Court this morning, where he was charged with five counts of Harassment 4, harassment putting people in fear of violence. He pleaded not guilty to all five counts. His case will now proceed to Southwark Crown Court for plea and directions 28 March 2017. Under the Protection from Harassment Act…