Hampstead Garden Suburb son of ‘silver bullets murder’ victim denies sex attacks
PUBLISHED: 15:39 14 September 2015 | UPDATED: 15:41 14 September 2015
The son of a fashion tycoon gunned down in a notorious murder in The Bishops Avenue has denied drunkenly groping three female employees.
Financier Anthony Constantinou, 33, of Wildwood Road, Hampstead Garden Suburb, head of Capital World Markets (CWM), allegedly carried out the attacks in the company’s 21st floor office in Heron Tower. Bishopsgate, in separate incidents in October 2014 and February this year.
The court heard how he allegedly groped one woman, squeezing her bottom and forcibly kissing her. He is accused of sticking his tongue down the throat of a second woman.
In the most serious assault he allegedly touched the breasts of a third woman and kissed her and on a later occasion, forced his fingers inside her vagina.
Constantinou appeared at the Old Bailey to deny six charges of sexual assault.
He was just three when his father Aristos, a millionaire fashion tycoon, was murdered in his mansion in The Bishops Avenue in 1985.
The unsolved case was dubbed the “silver bullets murder” due to the six nickel-jacketed bullets that ended Aristos’s rags-to-riches-life.
He was shot six times at close range, including one fired into each temple, shortly after returning home to his seven-bedroom home with his wife Elena, 14 years his junior, after a New Year’s Eve party.
Constantinou, the youngest of his father’s three sons, has been photographed socialising with Princess Beatrice and showing Princess Anne around his company premises.
CWM were sponsors of Chelsea FC and became an official partner of the club at the start of the year.
Judge Anthony Morris QC freed Constantinou on bail on conditions that he does not contact the alleged victims and sleeps each night at home.
He is due to stand trial on January 4,
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