Lisa Snowdon's boyfriend admits to 'attacking her in street'

Monday June 2, 2014

Lisa Snowdon's actor boyfriend Adereti Monney has pleaded guilty to attacking her in the street, according to The Sun on Sunday.

The incident happened in February when the couple were walking in Camden, north London. Adereti — also known as Tim Wade — is said to have pushed Lisa up against a wall following a row at around 1am.

The radio star, 42, didn't want to press charges but a police officer who witnessed the altercation felt it was his duty to report the scene.

Adereti appeared at the Highbury Magistrates' Court where he admitted "assault by beating" and was fined £100. While Lisa has remained tight-lipped about the account and stayed by her man, a spokesperson confirmed the fight.

"They had had an argument which led to a very minor scuffle in the street," they said. "At no point did Lisa press charges or indeed wish to press charges and the couple have moved on from the incident."

Lisa and Adereti, who have been dating since January, were last seen together on Tuesday when they attended a private view of Marc Chagall: Exhibition of Masterpieces at London's Opera Gallery.

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