Dappy Guilty: N-Dubz Singer Found Guilty Of Affray And Assault In Petrol Station Brawl

17/01/2013 12:35 | Updated 19 March 2013

N-Dubz rapper Dappy has been found guilty of affray and one assault offence in connection with a brawl at a Surrey petrol station.

Dappy - real name Costadinos Contostavlos - was present at Guildford Crown Court on Friday as the verdict was read out.


Dappy arriving at Guildford Crown Court

The singer was arrested on 12 March last year following the incident at a Shell garage in Woodbridge Road, Guildford, Surrey, in the early hours of 28 February.

Grace Cochran and Serena Burton were allegedly spat at by the star after he attempted to chat them up, before an altercation on the forecourt with bystander David Jenkins, who had intervened along with three other men.

Dappy previously pleaded not guilty to two counts of common assault on the girls, one count of assaulting Jenkins by beating - which involved him spitting at him - and one charge of affray.

He was cleared of the charges involving Cochran and Burton, but was found guilty of the other two offences.

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