Tory peer's son, 54, grabbed his petite 19 year old girlfriend and threw her into the street after a row over cooking tongs, court hears
Brer Ruthven, 54, is accused of assaulting Lola Tyrrell on August 5, in London
He is heir to the peerage title Baron Ruthven of Gowrie in the county of Perth
His father, Lord Gowrie, 78, Minister of State for the Arts between 1983-1985
He denies assaulting Lola Tyrrell on August 5 and will stand trial on October 4
By JOE MIDDLETON FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 16:40 BST, 23 August 2018 | UPDATED: 16:46 BST, 23 August 2018
The middle-aged aristocratic son of former Tory minister Lord Gowrie picked-up his petite 19 year-old girlfriend and flung her from his Notting Hill flat after a row about cooking tongs, a court heard today.
Brer Ruthven, 54, - Viscount Ruthven of Canberra - from London, denies assaulting Lola Tyrrell on August 5 and will stand trial on October 4.
Brer is heir to the peerage title Baron Ruthven of Gowrie in the county of Perth and he has one son, Hon. Heathcote Patrick Cornelius Hore-Ruthven, 28.
His father, Lord Gowrie, 78, is the former Chairman of Sotheby's and the Art Council of England and was a member of Margaret Thatcher's cabinet as Minister of State for the Arts between 1983 and 1985.
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