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Boyfriend of Lisa Snowdon admits assaulting TV star in Camden High Street

PUBLISHED: 11:53 02 June 2014 | UPDATED: 12:07 02 June 2014

Tim Wade and Lisa Snowdon. Picture: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment.

Tim Wade and Lisa Snowdon. Picture: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment.

Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

Model and TV presenter Lisa Snowdon was assaulted in Camden High Street by her boyfriend, it has been revealed.

Adereti Monney, 38, also known as Tim Wade, was given a conditional discharge for six months and ordered to pay £100 after admitting a charge of assault by beating at Highbury Magistrates’ Court on March 3.

Actor Monney attacked Ms Snowdon, 42, in Camden High Street, Camden Town, in the early hours of February 17.

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