Previous EastEnders star Katie Jarvis is set to stand preliminary on Tuesday over her supposed inclusion in a racially exasperated bar brawl.
The entertainer, who assumed the part of Hayley Slater on the cleanser from 2018 to 2019, was captured on 31 July 2020 following an actual fight at a bar in Southend, Essex.
She is accused of racially exasperated badgering, normal attack and two counts of attack by beating.
Jarvis, 30, of Rainham, east London, denies every one of the four charges and is because of stand preliminary at Basildon Combined Court today.
Jarvis made her presentation in 2009 featuring leading the pack job of Mia in the widely praised film Fish Tank.
The entertainer won a British Independent Film grant for her job in the move, which was in the running for the Palme d’Or at Cannes in the year it came out.
The Dagenham-conceived entertainer and mother-of-two said in 2019 she had made ‘stride back from acting’.
VIPs upheld her after press reports she was functioning as a safety officer in a shop subsequent to leaving EastEnders.
Showing up on Victoria Derbyshire, Jarvis said she had felt “corrupted”, “truly humiliated” and “very embarrassed” by the reports.