Dizzee Rascal has pleaded not guilty to headbutting his ex at a south London home.
The rapper had been accused of allegedly assaulting a woman at a residential address in Streatham, south London on June 8 this year.
He had denied headbutting the woman, his ex-girlfriend, after he was accused of "pushing his head into the complainant's head and pushing her to the floor".
Dizzee – real name Dylan Kwabena Mills – was charged with assault on August 2, following his arrest on June 8.
The alleged victim was left with "minor injuries" and "did not require hospital treatment", according to the Met Police.
The Metropolitan Police said in a statement: "Dylan Mills, 36, of Sevenoaks, Kent, has been charged with assault after an incident at a residential address in Streatham on 8 June.
“Officers attended and a woman reported minor injuries. She did not require hospital treatment. Mills is due to appear at Croydon Magistrates’ Court on Friday, September 3.
The music star attended court in a black suit, with a black tie and black shoes, and spoke on his mobile phone as he arrived at the building.
Dizzee was awarded an MBE in The Queen's Birthday Honours last year for services to music.
He is one of Britain's most successful rappers, with his debut album Boy in da Corner being released when he was just 18, in 2003.
The star has released six more albums since then, with five of them landing in the Top 10.
He has achieved a number of No1 singles, including fan-favourite tracks Dance wiv Me, Bonkers and Holiday, which were released throughout 2008 and 2009.
His most recent single, Body Loose, which was released in 2020 did not chart, however the album it was taken from, E3 AF, peaked at No13.
On top of his MBE, in 2013 he received an honorary Doctorate of the Arts from the University of East London.
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