Former England footballer Paul Gascoigne has admitted two counts of common assault in court following an incident at a railway station in Stevenage.
The ex-footballer was also charged with being drunk and disorderly following the incident on 4 July.
The former Newcastle United and Tottenham midfielder, who lives in Gateshead, was arrested after officers were called to Stevenage rail station in Hertfordshire at around 10.30pm that evening.
Gascoigne, 46, who received treatment for alcoholism in an American clinic earlier this year, will appear on bail at Stevenage Magistrates Court.
Gascoigne arrives at court on Monday