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Shovingtini

Belgravia restaurant Salmontini named in court in relation to a shoving match between pop singer Sinitta Malone and ‘Real Housewives of Cheshire’s’ Dawn Ward

 

The name of the Belgravia restaurant Salmontini does it no favours. It sounds a bit like the word salmonella and though its menu has been lauded by some, this venue is likely now to become better known as the scene of a shoving match that is said to have occurred there earlier this year.

 

Shovingtini – Real Housewives of Cheshire participant Dawn Ward in court to face allegations that she shoved the pop singer Sinitta Malone at Salmontini in Belgravia, London
Dawn Ward pictured arriving for her first court appearance in relation to allegations that she shoved the pop singer Sinitta Malone at the Belgravia restaurant Salmontini

 

A confrontation is said to have occurred between the pop singer Sinitta Malone and a loudmouth Real Housewives of Cheshire participant named Dawn Ward in April. It allegedly involved napkin throwing, a bit of “shoving” and Mrs Ward “striking” Miss Malone as she sat. The altercation is said to have stemmed from Mrs Ward allegedly having spread rumours on Twitter suggesting that a mutual friend of the pair was having had an affair. There were said to be no injuries.

 

Though Mrs Ward, 42, denied the allegations when she appeared at Hammersmith Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, she now faces an all-day trial on 2nd February 2016 at the City of London Magistrates’ Court. We suggest she doesn’t turn up wearing salmon pink.

 

 

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1 comment on “Shovingtini”

  1. “Primates of Park Avenue” , this year’s “beach read” in the States, is all about tacky women like this armed with their lethally wielded Birkins.

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