Sarah Everard’s killer Wayne Cousens has pleaded not guilty to four counts. of obscene exposure.
49-year-old former police officer charged of flashing in January and February last year in Swanley, Kent.
last of the alleged incidents are said to have taken place four days before he kidnapped Ms. Everard.
Cousins, wearing gray sweater and with white beard that appeared at the Old Bailey via video link from frankland prison in Durham.
It is alleged that he “deliberately exposed his genitals, hoping that someone would see them and be interested.” caused anxieties and calamities.”
He spoke with confirm his identity and denied the allegations.
Trial date not yet set set but further hearings are to be held at the Old Bailey over three days from November 1st.
The case was sent to a central London court after Cousins decided for a trial in the crown court rather than a hearing in the magistrates’ court.
Sarah Everard, 33, dies in March 2021, after Cousins stopped her and handcuffed her. in south london on pretending she broke the lockdown rules.
She was burned body was later found in pond next to patch of the land he owned in Kent forest.
In a separate case, Cousins also attractive against life imprisonment, which means he will die in jail.