Newcastle striker Nile Ranger denies all assault charges filed against him

It’s not news that celebrities always land themselves up in soup every time they go for a night out, and the trend again was continued with reports against Newcastle United striker, Nile Ranger for assaulting two revelers and two police officers. The English Premier League striker was found to deny all the charges against him.

The 20 year old striker has been filed with charges against bodily harm he did against Stephen Simpson and David Armstrong, followed by the same charges in case of two police officers as well. The EPL striker appeared at the Newcastle Crown Court to defend his charges dated 27th August, 2011, where he was sentenced to go on trial for three days, commencing 26th June.

Although Judge Guy Whitburn agreed to be a bit flexible for the player as far as his conditional bail was concerned, but at the same time the judge ordered him not to enter central Newcastle unless he’s picked for the squad for a home game for the Newcastle United.

Even after this incedent, when the striker was asked to comment, all he did was to deny all the assault charges against him. The EPL striker was found to have played for Barnsley in the last season on loan, and has been seen back on the Tyneside after recovering from an injury.

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