Liam Gallagher slams judges after son Gene branded ‘entitled’ in court

Liam Gallagher branded judges “c****” with “noncey wigs” in an outburst on social media on Saturday (April 2) after his son was labelled “entitled” in a court hearing a day earlier, the Daily Star reports. The former Oasis frontman hit out on Twitter after Gene, 20, and Sonny Starkey, 21 – grandson of Beatles’ drummer Ringo Starr – were described as “entitled young men thinking they can get what they want by misbehaving” by Judge Joanna Greenberg.

The 49-year old went on to slam Judge Greenberg as “Judge Judy p****” after she blasted Gene over his involvement a late-night brawl in Tesco Express, Hampstead, north-west London in May 2019. “Judge Judy can kiss my a***hole from 1 entitled p**** to another as you were LG,” he continued.

The dad of four also ranted: “Funny thing is 99 percent of judges are massive C**** LG x. If ya can’t steal from your local Tescos where can you steal from eh this country is over LG x.”

Gene Appleton Gallagher, 20, the son of Liam Gallagher and Nicole Appleton, arriving at Wood Green Crown Court in north London

The pair stood accused of throwing “kicks and punches” as they “windmilled” down a Tesco Express aisle with their fists and feet towards a shop worker who tried to stop them leaving the store. Gallagher junior and Starkey, along with friend Noah Ponte, 21, attempted to walk out with a £1.70 can of gin and tonic when the scuffle ensued.

All three denied charges of affray and assault. Gallagher and Ponte also denied racially aggravated assault. The charges were dropped when they agreed to be bound over for 12 months. Ponte was acquitted of theft.

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