Dane Bowers racially-aggravated assault trial postponed

Dane Bowers Dane Bowers found fame in the 1990s with boyband Another Level

Singer and DJ Dane Bowers' trial for racially-aggravated assault has been postponed until November.

Mr Bowers, 32, denied two counts of assault on separate victims and one of harassment - all allegedly racially-aggravated - at Norwich Crown Court.

The incident is alleged to have taken place in Norwich's Prince of Wales Road at 05:00 BST on 2 June.

Mr Bowers, of Ambercroft Way, Coulsdon, south London, was told he will face trial on 21 November.

The singer rose to fame with boy band Another Level in the 1990s. He appeared on Celebrity Big Brother in 2010.

His trial was originally due to start on 14 September.

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