Ilkeston man charged with having sex with a horse has died
Ilkeston man Peter Coulby, 59, who faced charges of having sex with a horse, has died.
Nottingham Crown Court heard how Mr Coulby collapsed at his Ilkeston home on Wednesday.
A spokesman for Bhatia Best Solicitors confirmed today that Mr Coulby died last night.
In a statement a spokesman said: “We can confirm sadly he passed away last night. We believe he died at the Queen’s Medical Centre. Our sympathies go out to his family.”
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Mr Coulby, of Hillingdon Drive, Ilkeston, was due to face charges of having intercourse with a living animal between February 1 and June 6 last year.
The charges followed police being called to a property in Breaston Lane, Risley, on June 6.
Mr Coulby was also due to face four counts of possessing extreme pornography on June 5.
The Bhatia Best spokesman said that Mr Coulby had never been convicted under the charges he faced and proceedings against him were at the plea and directions stage.
The case was due to be mentioned at Nottingham Crown Court tomorrow but is understood to be in the process of being removed from the court list.