Dappy Insists On Innocence In Assault Case; "Girls Are Trying To Stitch Me Up"
It’s not looking good for Dappy, who has been charged with affray, two counts of common assault and one of assault by beating in connection with a fight at a garage in Guildford, Surrey, in the early hours on February 28 last year.
However, the N-Dubz man is insisting his innocence in court, telling the jury that he thinks that the two women on the prosecutor’s side are trying to stitch him up. According to the Daily Mail, Dappy told the prosecuting lawyer “How am I going to get anywhere by spitting at girls. I have been broke for 18 years of my life, I am financially stable, I am grateful for it, I have done nothing to those girls.” However, having said that the two had disrespected him, he was challenged “This is what happens when girls disrespect Dappy?” to which he replied “Come on sir, really? The girls think it’s funny, in that they are trying to stitch me up.”
The incident allegedly occurred after Dappy had asked the two if they wanted to come back with him after bumping into them at the garage. When they said know he is supposed to have spat at them, the incident setting in motion a chain of events that led to a fight between him, his friends and some nearby men.