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Emmerdale star's trial postponed
Cleveland Campbell
Cleveland Campbell denies grievous bodily harm
The trial of an Emmerdale soap opera actor accused of breaking a man's jaw has been postponed.

Cleveland Campbell, 28, has denied assault charges over allegedly punching Daniel Stable, 20, at a party in Rochdale on 7 November last year.

Both men had been at the party thrown by Hollyoaks actress Gemma Atkinson, who plays Lisa Hunter in the soap.

The trial date will be set at a hearing on 25 September, Bolton Crown Court heard.

A date is expected to be set for January or February 2007.

Manchester-born Campbell, who plays antiques dealer Danny Daggert in the ITV1 soap, pleaded not guilty to assault causing grievous bodily harm.

He remains on unconditional bail.


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