TOMMY Robinson’s court case over an incident at Centerparcs has reportedly been dropped temporarily amid the Coronavirus crisis.
The controversial activist won’t appear in court on April 2nd and has cancelled a planned demo planned for outside Luton court.
The activist said: “I won’t be walking into court on 2nd of April if the situation is as it is at the minute.”
He was due to appear at Luton Magistrates court on April 2nd, and had asked followers on his Telegram channel to go down and support him.
CENTER PARKS BUST UP
Robinson, 37 was on a family day out at the Woburn resort as he allegedly clashed with another guest.
Tommy said that he was protecting his daughter, claiming that a man allegedly “squeezed his daughters bum in the childrens swimming pool.”
A spokesman for Center Parcs UK said: “I can confirm that an incident occurred at Center Parcs Woburn Forest on Sunday afternoon to which the police attended.”
A spokeswoman for Bedfordshire Police said: “We were called at around 1.10pm on Saturday (March 1) to a report of an altercation between two men at Center Parcs, Woburn Forest.”
On his website a report claimed: “Tommy’s daughter was playing in the shallow end of the “children’s” swimming pool at Centre Parcs, a middle-aged man grabbed her bum as he walked past, he didn’t say a word, he didn’t even look at her.”
“Tommy’s little girl was in shock; she got straight out of the pool and told her dad.”
The report added: “The Police were called by Centre Parcs security staff, Tommy waited three hours for them to arrive.
After the Police interviewed Tommy’s wife and his daughter, they confirmed the man admitted to grabbing his daughters bum.” added the TR News report.
Tommy recently launched a free-speech group called ‘Hearts of Oak’ in Westminster last month.
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