Rapper Wiley arrives at court charged with assaulting ex-kickboxer after ‘breaking into his home’

RAPPER Wiley has arrived in court this morning charged with assaulting an ex-kickboxer after "breaking into his home."

The Eskimo grime act, 42, is said to have broken into Ali Jacko’s home and kicked him while he was relaxing with friends in his lounge.

A friend of 53-year-old Mr Jacko called police after a row allegedly erupted — with plates apparently being smashed in the flat in Forest Gate, East London.

Wiley, from Tower Hamlets, East London, is understood to have used Mr Jacko’s recording studio before the pandemic.

The Met Police has charged Wiley — real name Richard Cowie Jr — following the incident on Saturday, August 28.

He has appeared at London’s Thames Magistrates’ Court this morning.

The rapper, dressed in a black and white Nike tracksuit, wore headphones as he approached the court on Monday morning.

Police previously said: “Richard Kylea Cowie Jr, of Tower Hamlets, has been charged with assault by beating and burglary dwelling – with intent to cause damage.

“The occupant, an adult male, sustained a minor injury.”


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