Singer Rex Orange County ‘sexually assaulted woman in taxi before attacking her at posh West London home’ | The Sun

SINGER Rex Orange County sexually assaulted a woman in a taxi and at his swanky London home, a court heard today.

The musician, real name Alexander O'Connor, is accused of carrying out a string of sex assaults.

O'Connor, 24, appeared at Southwark Crown Court today charged with six counts of sexual assault.

He denied the counts with a provisional trial date set for January 3.

The court was told O'Connor twice assaulted the woman, who is aged over 16, in the West End on June 1.

He then allegedly assaulted her in a taxi and three further times at his home in leady Notting Hill the following day.

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O'Connor was unconditionally bailed ahead of the three-day trial.

The singer rose to prominence in 2017 when he featured on Tyler, the Creator's Grammy-nominated album Flower Boy.

He has released three studio albums and a live album.

O'Connor attended the prestigious BRIT School, which counts Adele, Amy Winehouse, Leona Lewis and actor Tom Holland among its alumni.

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