showbizSinger Glennis Grace will appear in court in Amsterdam on October 26. The Public Prosecution Service is summoning the 43-year-old singer on suspicion of open violence and premeditated assault in a supermarket in Amsterdam. The public prosecutor has decided to summon a total of seven people for the violence in the Jumbo on Westerstraat on 12 February.
Glennis Grace is on trial with four other adult suspects. The two minors must appear in juvenile court on October 27, 2022. In addition to Glennis Grace, it concerns two 20-year-old men and two 15-year-old boys from Amsterdam, a 27-year-old man from Purmerend and a 50-year-old man from Loenen aan de Vecht.
Glenda Batta, as Glennis Grace is really called, was arrested in April together with her 15-year-old son and a friend of the family in the Jumbo supermarket on the Westerstraat in Amsterdam. The son is said to have been violently evicted from the store earlier in the evening after he took a drag on an e-cigarette indoors, which falls under the smoking ban.
Glennis returned to the supermarket later in the evening with a group of acquaintances to address the employees involved. A fight ensued.
The singer apologized for the incident in early April. “I’ve talked a lot, thought a lot. How I could have approached this differently and in any case maybe other things that play in my life. So yes, what I have learned from this is not to act from emotion,” she said at the time.
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