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Truth or Dare Records boss Michael Alunomoh denies Chatham Dockside penthouse balcony shooting

A record company boss will go on trial accused of firing multiple shots off a penthouse balcony.

Michael Alunomoh, who runs Truth or Dare Records and also goes by Flexing Mike, faces three gun charges and was remanded in custody today at Maidstone Crown Court.

Michael Alunomoh, 33, has appeared in court
Michael Alunomoh, 33, has appeared in court

In April members of the public contacted the police and reported a male shouting aggressively and blasting 90s hip hop from a penthouse at the Dockside.

Multiple shots were fired during the incident and armed police who stormed the flat seized nine pieces of ammunition and imitation firearms - as well as “expensive” watches and trainers.

Alunomoh was charged on Thursday, 24 April, with three counts of possession of imitation firearms with intent to cause fear of violence.

The scene at Chatham Dockside on Wednesday morning. Picture: Chris Davey
The scene at Chatham Dockside on Wednesday morning. Picture: Chris Davey

St Mary's Island was shut off for a brief time as a helicopter hovered overhead.

Alunomoh, 33, will go on trial over five days from September 21. The case will be reviewed in August.

Armed police were called to Chatham Dockside after reports a gun had been fired
Armed police were called to Chatham Dockside after reports a gun had been fired

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