A man has been charged with trespassing on U2 star Larry Mullen’s property.
He is also accused of possessing a golf club with intent to cause injury or intimidate.
Gerard O’Neill, 31, appeared in court relating to an alleged incident at the drummer’s manor in Howth.
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He appeared in Dublin District Court on October 20, after being arrested the day previously.
Now he is due back before Cloverhill District Court next Wednesday.
He was charged with trespassing and possession of a golf club with intent to cause injury or intimidate two gardai.
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The court heard he “did without reasonable excuse, trespass” in the grounds of Mullen’s pad and he “was likely to cause fear in another person”.
It comes as U2 are set to appear again on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show – as his house band for a week.
The US presenter told viewers: “U2 is coming back on Monday, November 17, for an entire week.”
They are set to perform tracks from new album Songs Of Innocence on the top-rated programme.