The estranged wife of paralysed former motorbike stunt rider Eddie Kidd has pleaded not guilty to assaulting him.
Samantha Kidd, who's 44, is accused of beating Mr Kidd six times in four months. Before they split up, the couple lived together at Peacehaven in Sussex.
Our correspondent Malcolm Shaw was at Brighton Magistrates Court for today's hearing.
The estranged wife of former motorcycle stunt rider Eddie Kidd has pleaded not guilty on all counts to beating her paralysed husband.
It's alleged Samantha Kidd attacked him six times within the space of four months last year. From Brighton Magistrates court, Malcolm Shaw reports.
Samantha Kidd has pleaded not guilty at Brighton magistrates, to all six charges of assaulting her husband, the former daredevil motorbike rider Eddie Kidd. The case has been adjourned till July.
Samantha Kidd, the estranged wife of daredevil motorbike rider Eddie Kidd - is appearing before Brighton magistrates today. Sussex Police have charged her with assaulting her husband six times within the space of four months between July and October 2012.
Mrs Kidd was freed on police bail in December with instructions not to contact Mr Kidd or visit the area where he lives, after the allegations of domestic abuse were made. Eddie Kidd, who uses a wheelchair, was paralysed when a stunt went wrong in August 1996.