Ian Gough charged with assault of model
April 24, 2014
Former Miss Wales Sophia Cahill models a hat during a naked catwalk show © PA Photos
London Irish forward Ian Gough has appeared in court charged with allegedly assaulting a former Miss Wales.
Gough is accused of assaulting Sophia Cahill, a model who is engaged to R&B singer Dane Bowers, at the pop star's home in South Croydon, Greater London in January.
Gough, who has 64 Wales caps and is set for a summer return to Newport Gwent Dragons, appeared at Croydon Magistrates' Court charged with assault. He denies the charge and will stand trial before magistrates on July 29.
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