The star of the Real Housewives of Cheshire is accused of having committed the crimes on 29 October last year at London’s Euston Railway Station.
Dawn Ward has appeared in court for racially motivated harassment and possession of cocaine.
The 47-year-old mother denies all charges
She was also charged with possession of a Class A drug, cocaine.
Ward from Warford Hall in Great Warford, Cheshire, is accused of racially and intentionally harassing two people, Jake Jacobs and Sam Jacobs, at London Station.
Each charge has the potential for six months behind bars or an unlimited fine.
It first appeared in the Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on September 10 this year, but was later retried on September 28.
The 47-year-old mother of four children was told that she would not be tried until March 2022.
She denies all charges.
The charges read: “On October 29, 2019, at Euston railroad station, Eversholt Street, Camden, London, with the intent to harass, disturb or distress Jake Jacobs, threatening, abusive or offensive words or improper behaviour were used, causing harassment, disturbance or distress to this or any other person and making the offence racially aggravated.
She faces an identical charge, which Sam Jacobs calls
Her case was called for a pre-trial hearing today in Inner London Crown Court, and a court official said she is now due to stand trial in March 2022.
The prosecution continues: “On October 29, 2019, at Euston Eversholt Street Station, Camden, London, you were in possession of a quantity of cocaine, a Class A controlled drug in violation of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971”.