LIAM Gallagher's son and Ringo Starr's grandson are accused of attacking a Tesco Worker as their friend 'racially abused' him for refusing to sell them alcohol.
Gene Gallagher, 18, and grandson of the Beatles drummer Sonny Starkey, 19, arrived at Wood Green Crown Court for trial this morning along with their model pal Noah Ponte, 19.
The trio wore suits for their appearance, which Gallagher covered with a raincoat, burying his hands in his pockets.
Their trial follows an initial hearing at Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court last month, during which all three denied charges of affray.
Gallagher and Starkey were described as "windmilling" down the aisle at a shopkeeper trying to stop them leaving, Highbury Corner Magistrates were told.
IMG-signed model Ponte was accused of racially abusing Shium Patel after he couldn't buy a can of beer at midnight, as it was after 11pm, and tried to walk out of the store without paying, the court heard.
All three were charged with affray, using or threatening unlawful violence towards another, with Ponte also charged with racially aggravated common assault.
He is accused of telling Mr Patel, "You bloody Indians. Go back to where you came from. You're not wanted here."
Starkey was supported in court by drummer and road manager father Jason, while Liam Gallagher did not attend.
Gene is the son of the former Oasis frontman and All Saints star Nicole Appleton.
He was accompanied to his last court appearance by his uncle, The Prodigy star Liam Howlett – who is married to Nicole's sister Natalie.
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