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Adam Deacon denies harassing actor Noel Clarke

IN COURT: Adam Deacon, left, and Noel Clarke

ADAM DEACON denied harassing fellow actor Noel Clarke when he appeared at Hammersmith Magistrates Court earlier today over the charge.

The 31-year-old, dressed in a grey hooded top, grey tracksuit bottoms, a black puffa jacket, sunglasses and black baseball hat, spoke to confirm his name and address.

Judge Richard Blake said: “With your bail I am lifting your condition of residence.

"However, you are not to contact Noel Clarke or any member of his family, and not to post anything on social media or about Mr Clarke, and you are not to enter the London Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.”

Deacon, of Whitechapel, east London, replied: “Thank you for your help today, your honour, and I will do everything you say."

He is due to stand trial at the court on May 11. He was charged on December 20, 2014, with one count of harassment without violence between March 5 and December 19 on the same year.

On the morning of his court appearance, a member of the public posted a picture of the BAFTA Rising Star winner on the Tube clutching a can of beer and a handrolled cigarette.

The actor had used a scarf to obscure his face and was wearing sunglasses with his hoodie pulled low over his eyes.

Deacon appeared alongside Clarke together in 2008 film Adulthood which Clarke wrote and directed.

The actor played firearms officer Robbie in Channel 4 police drama Babylon which aired last year.

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