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Ester Dee And Nicole Sealey Show Their Support For Dawn Ward Amid Racial Harassment And Cocaine Possession Allegations!

Ester Dee and Nicole Sealey are publicly showing their support for Dawn Ward after the Real Housewives of Cheshire star is being charged with racial harassment and possession of cocaine.

Ester took to Instagram where she shared a throwback photo of herself with Ward.

"Hand in Hand," she captioned the post. "This girl has the biggest heart, the best mother. She has been amazing friend to me in the past. Looking forward catching up soon #friendsforever #keepyourheadup."

Meanwhile, Sealey shared a lengthy post via her Instagram Stories where she is coming to Ward's defense.

She wrote, "A mum and dad and their children live here and my friend.  Yes she may be accused of something none of us atone to but I'm sure like me you believe in innocent until proven guilty."

She added, "Please let the courts do their jobs and let us not to be judge and jury and for now give her the benefit of doubt. #BeKind."

Ward reshared Sealey's post and responded, "Thank you ❤️❤️❤️❤️."

As previously reported, Ward is accused of committing the offences at Euston Railway Station in London on October 29 last year. 

Ward is accused of racially aggravated intentional harassment towards two people, Jake Jacobs and Sam Jacobs, at the London train station. She was also charged with possession of a class A drug, namely cocaine. 

Each charge carries the potential of six months behind bars or an unlimited fine. She first appeared at Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court on September 10 this year but was later called again on September 28 for a plea hearing. She denies all the charges. 

According to Manchester Evening News, the charges read: "On 29/10/2019 at Euston Railway Station, Eversholt Street, Camden, London with intent to cause Jake Jacobs harassment, alarm or distress used threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour or disorderly behaviour thereby causing that or another person harassment, alarm or distress and the offence was racially aggravated." 

She faces an identical charge which names Sam Jacobs. The charges continue: "On 29/10/2019 at Euston Railway Station Eversholt Street, Camden, London had in your possession a quantity of cocaine a controlled drug of class A in contravention of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971." 

Her case was called before Inner London Crown Court today, October 26, for a pre-trial hearing but Ward has been told she won't face trial until March 2022.

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