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Tommy Robinson Fined £900 For Not Attending Unpaid Legal Costs Hearing
Tommy Robinson has been fined £900 for failing to turn up at a High Court hearing to be questioned about his finances.

Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, had been expected at a hearing in March over an unpaid £43,293 legal bill after he lost a libel case brought against him by a Syrian teenager last year.

Jamal Hijazi successfully sued Robinson after the then-15-year-old was assaulted at Almondbury Community School in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, in October 2018.

After a video of the incident went viral, Robinson made false claims in two videos, leading to the libel case.

Robinson said Mr Hijazi was `not innocent and he violently attacks young English girls in his school`.

Founder and former leader of the anti-Islam English Defence League (EDL), Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (Tommy Robinson) arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice for the final hearing in a defamation case against him brought by a teenaged Syrian refugee Jamal Hijazi in central London

Jamal Hijazi (pictured) successfully sued Robinson after the then-schoolboy was assaulted at Almondbury Community School in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, in October 2018

In the clips, viewed by nearly a million people, 39-year-old Robinson also claimed Mr Hijazi `beat a girl black and blue` and `threatened to stab` another boy at his school - allegations found to be false last summer.

Following a pre-trial hearing in November 2020, the English Defence League (EDL) founder was ordered to pay more than £43,293 in legal costs.

Earlier this year, Mr Hijazi`s lawyers successfully applied for an order requiring Robinson to return to court to answer questions about his finances on March 22, but the 39-year-old failed to attend.

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You`re putting numbers here and you don`t know if they`re accurate,` Mr Hijazi`s barrister Ian Helme suggested.

After questions about his tax returns, 우리카지노 Robinson told the High Court that he had not contacted either his accountant or HMRC prior to Thursday`s


He said that in 2020, he received around £1,000 a month from supporter donations, with it occasionally reaching £3,000 to


A video showing Jamal Hijazi, 16, being pushed to the ground and `waterboarded` in the playground at his school in Huddersfield was shared na


Discussing his accountant, Robinson said: `He`s not my best mate, I owe him money...I haven`t spoken


He was also quizzed over a claim he made in his book Enemy Of The State that when the EDL was founded in 2009, there were seven properties in his or his then-wife


Robinson said: `I had a ghost-writer that helped me with the book.



































I like to give off the impression that I`m a successful man even when I


He later appeared to accept that there were not seven properties, shrugging when asked if the book was untrue and saying he had written the book ye


Later, Robinson told the court he previously received a salary while working for Canadian site Rebel Media and now works for a website called Urba


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Asked about the money he received from this site, Robinson said: `You want the truth? I haven`t received any money recently because they have not got any, I think they are borrowing


Robinson was summonsed to court to face contempt proceedings in April and, at hearing today, was handed a £900 penalty after admitting being in contempt o


Mr Justice Nicklin said: `I`ve decided to punish Mr Yaxley-Lennon`s contempt by imposing


He added that Robinson now has 14 days to pay and could be liable to serve 28 days in prison if he fails t


The High Court was previously told that Robinson was facing mental health issues at the time of the March hearing, which he claimed were a result of being h


Tommy Robinson speaks as he leaves the Royal Courts Of Justice in London, after appearing for the contempt of court


He told the court: `I was a mess, a total mess, a total mess suffering from PTSD.`He also said he had struggled to get a bank account and now used an online company he refused


`I`ve been closed by NatWest, I`ve been closed by HSBC...Lloyds closed me down a


However, on Monday, Mr Justice Nicklin said: `Whatever psychiatric issues Mr Lennon had, they did not prevent him from coming to the hearing that he failed to turn


The judge later said Robinson had recently published a video asking for support, including the words `Don`t let them lock Tommy up again` and `Keep him free of the clutches of the corrupt establi


Mr Justice Nicklin said he had decided to fine Robinson prior to seeing the video and that `it was never serious enough to justify a period of impris


The High Court judge also noted that Robinson had legal aid for his barrister for Monday`s hearing, adding: `He was in no need for donations for his representation today, the state was paying


Tommy Robinson supporters during the Free Tommy Robinson rally in Oxford Street in London protesting against his prison sentence after he was jailed for contempt


Counter-protesters from Stop Tommy Robinson and Stand up to Racism hold a banner during the demonstration Free Tommy Robins


In June, Robinson appeared at the High Court to be questioned over his finances at the postponed hearing, where he told the court that, in a two-year period prior to declaring bankruptcy, he spent around £100,000 on gambling - largely in


`I sold a property, received the money and I spent it,`


At another point, Robinson claimed he owed £160,000 to HM Revenue and Customs but later said this was an e


He told the court that he spent money on `drink, alcohol, partying` — all while receiving thousands in supporter donations, ranging from £1,000 to £4,000

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9.Following Mr Hijazi`s successful libel claim, Mr Justice Nicklin ordered Robinson to pay him damages of £100,000 and his legal costs, thought to be aroun

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