After leaving court today, Rebekah Brooks paused briefly in front a wall of journalists and photographers before getting in to a waiting car.
As part of her bail conditions Brooks was ordered by the court not contact former News Of The World reporter Dan Evans and the paper's former executive editor Neil Wallis.
The former chief executive of News International Rebekah Brooks has been released on bail after facing charges of conspiring to illegally access voicemails. She made a brief appearance at Westminster Magistrates to confirm her name. The charges were also read out to her.
Brooks' next appearance will be at Southwark Crown Court on September 26.
Former chief executive of News International Rebekah Brooks has arrived at court to face charges linked to alleged phone hacking.
She arrived at Westminster Magistrates Court accused over an alleged conspiracy to illegally access voicemails.
She faces one general charge, which prosecutors claim could affect more than 600 victims, and two other specific charges linked to murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler and former fire brigade union boss Andrew Gilchrist.
Rebekah Brooks appears in court today to face charges linked to alleged phone hacking.
The charges are as follows:
- One general charge with conspiring to intercept communications.
- A further charge relating to murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler.
- A further charge relating to former union boss Andrew Gilchrist.