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Saved By The Bell star Dustin Diamond’s stabbing trial gets off to a bad start

Actor Dustin Diamond pulled a knife during a bar brawl after a woman punched his girlfriend in the face, a court heard. The 38-year-old, who starred in the 1990s show Saved By The Bell, is accused of stabbing a man during a fight in a bar in Port Washington, Wisconsin, on Christmas Day. Giving

evidence on the second day of Diamond’s trial, Bethany Ward, 25, told the court that her cousin stumbled and pushed Diamond’s girlfriend, Amanda Schutz, starting the fight.

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Dustin Diamond waits for his status hearing at Ozaukee County Courthouse
Ms Ward said she did not see Diamond pull the knife, but that she heard a shouted warning that the actor was holding one. Diamond has pleaded not guilty to a felony count of recklessly endangering public safety. Diamond appeared in court on Wednesday and his lawyer Thomas Alberti was reprimanded by judge Paul Malloy for his actions. The lawyer reportedly drove to the courthouse with “good luck to Dustin and Amanda” written on the back of his car window.

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Elizabeth Berkley, Lark Voorhies, Mario Lopez, Tiffani-Amber Thiessen, Dustin Diamond, Mark-Paul Gosselaar in Saved by the Bell
The message was to his clients – Amanda is the actor’s fiancee Amanda Schutz who is also on trial for the brawl. Judge Malloy reprimanded Alberti in court, according to E! News as he said: “I’m telling you right now, anymore shenanigans like that and you’ll find yourself in contempt faster than fast…I don’t know what you were thinking. Don’t do anything more like that.” Afterwards the attorney told Milwaukee news outlets of his clients: “They’re just good people. I want to put on a good defense for them. What they did wasn’t wrong, we’re going to prove that in court. And no more messages on cars. We’ll do it in the courtroom.”


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