Milton Keynes Xscape: Joseph Kent death trial delayed

Joseph Kent Joseph Kent was a tattoo artist and a drummer in a band

The trial of a man accused of killing a tattoo artist in Milton Keynes has been delayed by defence experts who need more time to examine medical reports.

Samir Bostan, 25, is charged with the manslaughter of Joseph Kent, 24, who worked at a Northampton tattoo studio.

Mr Kent, 24, died on 15 January this year, two days after he received head injuries outside Xscape in Milton Keynes, Luton Crown Court heard.

Mr Bostan of Wolston Meadow, Middleton, Milton Keynes, denies manslaughter.

With Hamza Noor, 22, of Ranelagh Road, Wembley he also pleaded not guilty at a previous court appearance to two charges of causing actual bodily harm to Matthew Kent and Andrew Cruzon-Berners during the same incident.

The case was adjourned at Luton Crown Court but no new trial date was fixed.

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