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Emmerdale star Mark Jordon, 53, denies 'BITING pensioner's face in pub row' after arriving at court with his co-star girlfriend Laura Norton
- Emmerdale actor was arrested after alleged fight in pub in Oldham in July
- The 53-year-old has since been charged with grievous bodily harm and assault
- He arrived at Tameside Magistrates' Court with actress girlfriend Laura Norton
- His lawyer indicated that he would enter not guilty pleas to the two charges
Published: 10:00 BST, 8 November 2018 | Updated: 12:05 BST, 8 November 2018
Emmerdale actors Mark Jordon, 53, and Laura Norton arrive at Tameside Magistrates' Court, where faces a GBH charge
Emmerdale actor Mark Jordon has indicated not guilty pleas to allegations he attacked a pensioner in a spat in a pub.
Jordon - who plays Daz Spencer in the Yorkshire-based ITV soap - made a brief appearance at Tameside Magistrates' Court in Greater Manchester this morning.
He arrived at court with his girlfriend and Emmerdale co-star Laura Norton, 35, who plays Kerry Wyatt.
The 53-year-old actor is charged with Section 20 wounding and common assault against 68-year-old Andy Potts, who is said to have suffered bites to his left eyebrow, arm and thumb on July 1.
Jordon entered the dock to confirm his name, address, date of birth and nationality as Ms Norton sat watching in the courtroom.
The alleged victim, Mr Potts, sat in the courtroom's public gallery.
Rebecca Clarke, representing Jordon, told chairman of the bench Stephen Collins that her client was indicating not guilty pleas.
The pair both star in the soap and, it recently emerged, are in an off-screen relationship
Andy Potts, who is said to have been attacked by Jordon also arrived at court for the hearing
Prosecutor Elliott Taylforth said the case should be sent to the Crown Court.
Magistrate Mr Collins agreed and granted Jordon unconditional bail to appear at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court on December 6 for a plea and trial preparation hearing.
Jordon told Mr Collins that he understood the bail arrangements and left court with Ms Norton shortly afterwards.
Jordon became a permanent member of the Emmerdale cast last year, having previously had roles in shows including Coronation Street and Casualty.
It was previously reported that he will be allowed to stay in Emmerdale until the court case is finished.
ITV has declined to comment on the case, calling it a 'personal matter'.
Jordon first appeared in Emmerdale in 2014. He became a regular cast member last year
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