Bow rapper Wiley charged with assault and burglary
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Bow rapper Wiley has been charged with assault and burglary after an alleged incident at the Forest Gate home of a former kickboxer.
The performer is accused of breaking into the flat on Romford Road on August 28, smashing plates and assaulting Ali Jacko.
Wiley - real name Richard Kylea Cowie Jr - is due to appear at Thames Magistrates’ Court on September 13 charged with assault by beating and burglary with intent to cause criminal damage.
The 42-year-old had been using Mr Jacko’s recording studio before the pandemic.
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said: “At around 10pm on Saturday, August 28, police were called to a flat in Romford Road, Forest Gate.
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“It was alleged that a man had entered the flat, assaulted the occupant and caused criminal damage to property. The man was arrested and taken into custody.
“The occupant, an adult male, sustained a minor injury. London Ambulance Service were not required.”
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