Dustin Diamond has screeched out a not guilty plea in Ozaukee County Circuit Court on Thursday morning.
The Saved by the Bell actor is accused of stabbing a man at The Grand Avenue Saloon on Christmas day after an altercation occurred that involved his fiancée, Amanda Schutz.
The man who was allegedly stabbed did say that he had pushed Dustin forcefully, and that he didn't realize he'd been injured until later.
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Dustin plead not guilty to second-degree reckless endangering safety, a felony, and two misdemeanors. In addition, Amanda also entered a not guilty plea to misdemeanor disorderly conduct.
Dusting is free on bond, but the judge also set a $500 signature bond for Amanda.
According to police officer Ryan Hurda who testified at the hearing, the brother of the alleged victim who "intervened when he heard the snap of a knife" never saw Dustin stab anyone, and saw no significant surveillance evidence :
"It's not distinct, but you can see he's holding some type of object in his right hand."
We'll keep you posted as this story develops.
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