Rod Stewart has pleaded not guilty to a charge of simple battery for allegedly punching a security guard (Picture: Redferns)
Singer Rod Stewart is seen ‘punching’ a security guard in shocking new footage.
The video, obtained by Dailymail.com, shows the singer at a party on New Year’s Eve where the alleged incident took place.
Wearing a gold dinner jacket he is seen standing with a group of people, including security guard Jessie Dixon, having a discussion, during which he makes
Rod Stewart ‘throws Nazi salute before attacking security guard’ in shocking footage from New Year’s Eve partyvia metro.co.uk
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