THE teenager who allegedly put Shipston-on-Stour man Simon Warren on life support, is due to appear in court tomorrow, (Friday).
Thomas Barry, aged 18 from Moreton, was charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent after a fight outside Moo Moo’s nightclub, in Cheltenham, on 13th November.
The alleged attack left 20-year-old Simon, who works in Stratford-upon-Avon as a manager at Tesco, unconscious and fighting for his life for several weeks.
Simon came off life support in December, waking up in time to celebrate Christmas with his family.
Mr Barry appeared in Cheltenham Magistrates Court on Thursday 20th December, where he was committed to Gloucester Crown Court because of the seriousness of the alleged offence.
He was granted conditional bail, subject to curfew between 9pm-6am on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
He is due in court tomorrow (Friday).
When Simon was on life support in Bristol, residents in Shipston started the Simon Warren appeal, raising money to help fund his rehabilitation.
More than 150 people turned up to a fundraising party at The Bear Pub in Shipston in late November, raising £1,400.
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