BARGAIN Hunt star Charles Hanson has arrived at court after being charged with assault and coercive behaviour.
The TV auctioneer, 45, is accused of seven offences in total after police were called to the £1.5million family home in June.
Hanson, who also appears on Flog It! and Antiques Road Trip, was today seen arriving at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates’ .
He is charged with two counts of of assault causing actual bodily harm and one of controlling and coercive behaviour.
The TV star is also accused of two counts of assault by beating.
Hanson, who first appeared on Bargain Hunt in 2002, was charged on December 14.
Police had been called to his six-bedroom home in a picturesque Derbyshire village in the .
It is understood Hanson has since moved out of the house, which he shared with Rebecca, 40, since 2014.
Hanson’s career started in the ceramics and glass department at Christie’s in 1999.
He appeared on Bargain Hunt in 2002 and became the youngest expert on the team aged 25.
In a previous statement, Hanson said: “I deny all the charges. I have never behaved aggressively or unlawfully towards my family.
‘We have been through some difficult times in our marriage and it is extremely sad that this has become a criminal matter.
“I will be co-operating fully with the investigation and legal process.”