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Alleged pimp denies forcing dog to sexually assault woman at barber shop

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AN ALLEGED pimp has denied a string of sexual offences including forcing his dog to assault a woman. Anthony Foster, 35, is accused of forcing the animal on to one of his alleged victims at a barber shop in West Croydon. He appeared at Croydon Crown Court today (Friday) to answer to nine offences, all at the hairdressers, between March 31 and May 1, 2012. Foster, wearing a red top and blue jeans, spoke only to confirm his name and plead not guilty to each charge. During the hearing it emerged that Foster, of St James's Park, Croydon, had been due to stand trial on April 15 in relation to four other charges. However, just days before the trial was due to begin, two further alleged victims came forward to police, leading Judge Nicolas Ainley to adjourn the matter. On that indictment Foster has pleaded not guilty to rape of a woman over sixteen, cause to incite prostitution for gain, possession of Class B drugs and assault by penetration. During today's hearing, Judge Daniel Flahive was told that one of the alleged victims is known to social services. Of the nine charges Foster pleaded not guilty to today, two were of sexual assault of a woman over the age of 16 and three of rape. He is also charged with sexually assaulting one of the women with a bottle as well as three counts of causing a female to engage in sexual activity, two with a dog. Foster, who waved to his child as he was taken back to the cells, was remanded in custody. All the alleged offences will be dealt with at a two week trial beginning on July 8.

Alleged pimp denies forcing dog to sexually assault woman at barber shop


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