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David ChambersThe 33-year-old pleaded not guilty to two fraudulent misrepresentation and a battery charge during a hearing in Kingston Crown Court Friday morning.

His alleged victim allegedly let him at their home in Surbiton, southwest London, on the afternoon of December 30th after Chambers allegedly said he was there to give the Covid-19 vaccine.

According to the indictment against the defendant, Chambers allegedly made a number of false claims to the woman, namely that he had been sent to administer a coronavirus sting, that he had given her one, and that she had to pay a fee to receive the coronavirus.
London City Police previously said the woman had allegedly been charged 160.

At the same time, Chambers is charged with assault by beating his alleged elderly victim.
On January 4, he was also accused of falsely claiming that the 92-year-old owed him an additional 100.

Chambers of Surbiton, southwest London, spoke only to confirm his name, state his date of birth, write down his innocent pleas and say he understood the proceedings during the brief hearing.

He was taken into custody by the judge Judith Coello before a trial in Kingston Crown Court due August 9.



Robert Dunfee