Liam Gallagher posts X-rated rant branding judges ***** after case against 'entitled' son dropped
'If ya can't steal from your local Tescos where can you steal from eh'
Liam Gallagher has given his own verdict on a decision to dismiss a court case against his son, describing the judge who branded his boy "entitled" a ****.
The former Oasis frontman's son Gene Gallagher, 20, was due to stand trial at Wood Green Crown Court last week along with Ringo Starr's grandson Sonny Starkey, 21, and IMG model Noah Ponte, 21, following a late-night altercation at a Tesco store in Hampstead. The case was thrown out after new evidence came to light.
Posting on Twitter in true LG style, Gallagher wrote: "Judge Judy can kiss my a**e hole, from 1 entitled p***k to another as you were LG x"
In another Tweet, he said: "Funny thing is 99 percent of judges are massive C***Z LG x"
If ya can’t steal from your local Tescos where can you steal from eh this country is over LGx
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) April 2, 2022
Shortly before midnight in May 2019, Tesco staff tried to stop Ponte leaving the shop with a £1.70 can of gin and tonic.
Ponte, a student at University College London, was unable to pay for it because it was outside the hours Tesco was licensed to sell alcohol. He had, however, paid for nuts of the same value, which he left in the shop in an attempt to get around the licensing restriction, the court heard.
Staff were said to have started "grabbing" Ponte, before Starkey and Gallagher threw "kicks and punches" at one worker, prosecutors said. One employee then managed to get Starkey in a headlock for "some minutes", the court was told.
All three men were charged with affray. Gallagher faced an extra charge of racially aggravated assault by beating, and Starkey was charged with two counts of assault by beating.
Last Wednesday, when the trial was due to begin, new evidence came to light that showed there was a "strong case" Starkey was acting in self-defence and Gallagher was defending him, the court heard.
Ponte was found not guilty of theft on Friday.
Judge Joanna Greenberg recorded not guilty pleas in relation to Gallagher and Starkey and bound them over - meaning they have promised to "keep the peace and be of good behaviour" for 12 months or pay £500.
"It is 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."
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