Former World Darts Champion, Ted Hankey Previous demonstrations had caused problems due to health issues, including withdrawal from world Championship which happened in February. But there will be a challenge in the court next week.
Accused of sexually abusing a woman in September last year, the 54-year-old Briton will appear in magistrate’s court in Warrington, a town in northern England, on April 6.
In a statement, local officials confirmed that the investigation was based on the evidence found. “The Prosecution Service made the decision to indict the 54-year-old after reviewing the Cheshire Police evidence file.”
Despite the evidence police found, Ted responds to the process independently, as he posted bail at the time.
Nicknamed “The Count”, Ted Hankey is a two-time professional darts world champion (2000 and 2009). He qualified for the world competition for the first time in 1998.
Last year, Ted announced that he would not participate in the World Championships to be held in February this year. The decision came after a crushing defeat in which he was shown to be confused during the competition. Later, his manager revealed that he had suffered a stroke.
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