Sarah Harding - Sarah Harding Could Face Charges
Sarah Harding and her boyfriend are reportedly facing court charges over their violent holiday bust-up on New Year's Day (01.01.12) in Innsbruck, Austria.
Sarah Harding and her boyfriend are reportedly facing court charges over their violent holiday bust-up.
The Girls Aloud singer complained to police after she claims she was hurt in a fight with Dutchman Theo De Vries on New Year's Day (01.01.12) during a getaway with him to Innsbruck, Austria, but he has been quizzed by police and now released.
Sarah is also thought to be facing charges after Theo claimed she "bit" him on the leg, flung an ashtray at his head and left him with a bloody nose after hitting him in the face.
Theo made no formal complaint, but police filed the case against Sarah due to his injuries.
A police spokesman said: "During the course of the questioning of the man it became clear that he had also been injured.
"A report on both cases has been filed with the prosecutor and the police case is now closed."
The pair both claim they acted in self defence and flew Home Alone following the incident.
Theo explained: "I have a big black eye. Sarah bit me on my leg and I went to the hospital to get an injection. It's very Dangerous, I have a big scar on my leg now with five teeth marks.
"She threw an ashtray at my head, hitting my eye. She gave me a bloody nose. Don't forget that she is a very good kick-boxer. She has done a lot of kick-boxing in the past."
The 30-year-old pop star - who left an American rehabilitation facility in October after being treated for alcoholism and depression - was treated for a hand injury at hospital and was recently spotted back in the UK with a bandaged arm.
But Theo - who has reportedly been dating Sarah for three months - has denied claims he was at fault in the argument.
He added: "It's zero per cent the truth. I want everyone to know that I am a normal decent man. I didn't hit Sarah one time.
"I really had to laugh at that picture. Sarah is an actress and don't forget it."