West Ham defender Davenport pleads not guilty to butting pregnant sister

25 January 2010 03:41
Davenport: Arriving at Luton Crown Court[LNB]West Ham defender Calum Davenport denied today that he assaulted his sister.[LNB]Davenport, 27, is accused of causing actual bodily harm to Cara Davenport, 28, on August 22 in an incident which later saw him stabbed in both legs.[LNB]He pleaded not guilty to the offence today at Luton Crown Court.[LNB]Davenport, of Greenfield, Bedford, appeared in court wearing a grey-brown overcoat, grey suit and black tie.[LNB]He is due to stand trial at the same court on August 2 and wasreleased on bail on condition he does not communicate with his sister.[LNB]Ms Davenport was pregnant at the time of the alleged incident and isdue to give birth at the end of March or beginning of April.[LNB] In action: Calum Davenport (left) lines up for West Ham United[LNB]Her boyfriend, Worrell Whitehurst, pleaded guilty in November tocausing grievous bodily harm with intent to the former England Under-21international on August 22.[LNB]Davenport was left with a 15-inch scar on his leg after the attack and required surgery before he could return to training.[LNB]Whitehurst, 25, of Finsley Walk, Derby, will be sentenced after the conclusion of Davenport's trial.[LNB] PICTURE SPECIAL: Scarred West Ham star Calum Davenport back after knife horrorWest Ham defender Calum Davenport's shock as police charge him with assaultWEST HAM UNITED FC

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