Man denies plot to murder singer Joss Stone

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Media captionOne of the men charged with conspiring to attack and rob the soul singer Joss Stone at Devon home has now also been charged with conspiring to murder her.

A man has denied conspiring to murder soul singer Joss Stone.

At Exeter Crown Court, Kevin Liverpool, 34, also denied conspiring to harm and rob Miss Stone.

Junior Bradshaw, 31, appeared in court charged with conspiring to harm and rob Miss Stone, but did not enter any pleas.

Both men, of St Stephens Close, Manchester, were remanded in custody and the case was adjourned until December.

Bond girl

A trial was scheduled for 6 August 2012.

Miss Stone, 24, was not in court to see the men but her mother Wendy was in the public gallery.

The two men were arrested in the Devon town of Cullompton in June near the home of the singer.

The singer is best known for hits including Super Duper Love and Fell In Love With A Boy.

She was also recently cast as a Bond girl in a new James Bond video game and has an estimated £9m fortune.

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