Carl Woods broke his silence last night after his court appearance, pleading with fans for help on OnlyFans.
A 33-year-old man attended a hearing yesterday after being charged under section 4 of the Public Order Act for using threatening, abusive or offensive words or behavior last month.
And then he went to an adult-only site to ask his followers if they knew a good new place for his garage.
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Carl ran his used car business from his father’s home in Essex but changed address to Cathy’s home in Horsham, West Sussex, which is in danger of bankruptcy.
He also took to Instagram last night to share a photo of his dog, simply writing, “Loyalty looks like this.”
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Carl Woods “tried to break into the house after rowing with Katie Price”
His followers speculated about what the cryptic message might mean after his hard day.
Carl will face trial after pleading not guilty to threats and abusive behavior.
He arrived at Colchester Magistrates Court this morning holding hands with Cathy following the incident at Little Canfield on 22 August.
Wearing a black T-shirt, jeans and sneakers, he only spoke to prove his name and age before pleading not guilty in court.
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He was backed up by Cathy, who sat in the public gallery in a khaki tracksuit and dark hoodie, watching him in the dock.
If his guilt is proven, he could be sentenced to six months in prison.
Prosecutor Lee Hart told the court: “On the evening of August 22, 2021, the defendant had an argument with his partner at his home address.
“This resulted in his partner leaving his property to move on to another property.
“The accused followed her and tried to break the door of this house, and a scream was heard from outside in the street, which was heard by the neighbors.”
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Defending Carl, Mark Davis told the court that the incident was “nothing more than a quarrel”.
Carl was granted unconditional bail.
Judicial Bench chairman Don Wicks told Woods that he would next appear before Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on June 16.