Jude Law’s lookalike son Rafferty, 25, enjoys boozy afternoon out with best pal Gene Gallagher, 20, before they are joined by his mother Sadie Frost, 56, at the pub for the evening
Best pals Rafferty Law and Gene Gallagher were spotted enjoying a game of football while heading out for a few pints with friends in north London this week.
Actor Jude Law’s lookalike son Rafferty, 25, booted a red and white football to his friend Gene, who is the son of singers Liam Gallagher, 49, and Nicole Appleton, 47, outside the watering hole in the London capital.
Rafferty, whose mother Sadie Frost, 56, joined the group later in the evening, wore a casual black and white patterned shirt which he teamed with a pair of black Adidas shorts.
Play time: Best pals Rafferty Law, 25 (pictured), and Gene Gallagher were spotted enjoying a game of football while out for a few pints with friends in North London this week
He completed his outfit with a pair of white socks and a comfortable pair of trainers.
Gene, 20, opted for a white T-shirt with a blue design on the front while he wore a pair of grey shorts.
He also wore a pair of comfortable white trainers and some white sports socks with a red stripe around the top.
Celebrity set: Actor Jude Law’s lookalike son Rafferty booted a football to his friend Gene, 20 (pictured), who is the son of singers Liam Gallagher, 49, and Nicole Appleton, 47
Family affair: Rafferty’s mother Sadie Frost, 56, joined the group later in the evening for a glass of wine
Keeping it casual: Rafferty wore a casual black and white patterned shirt which he teamed with a pair of black Adidas shorts for his afternoon out with Gene
Sporty attire: He completed his outfit with a pair of white socks and a comfortable pair of trainers
Bounce: Gene, 20, opted for a white T-shirt with a blue design on the front while he wore a pair of grey shorts as Rafferty kicked the ball about
Gene wrapped his hoodie around his waist as he enjoyed his kick about with his friend.
The pair were later joined by some other friends who got stuck into a pizza and a couple of pints.
One of their pals brought their black dog with them, prompting Rafferty to return home to collect his pooch.
Action packed: Rafferty threw a number fo shapes as he kicked the ball about outside the pub
In the detail: Gene also wore a pair of comfortable white trainers and some white sports socks with a red stripe around the top
Fighting fit: Jude and Sadie’s son ensured he burned some calories as he enjoyed his free time
Warming up: The celebrity offspring ensured his legs were supple as be played football
All wrapped up: Gene wrapped his hoodie around his shoulders t as he enjoyed his kick about with his friend
Growing group: The pair were later joined by some other friends who got stuck into a pizza and a couple of pints
Larking about: The pair continued their game of football as after their pals joined
Casual attire: One wore an olive green and blue jacket which he teamed with a pair of dark jeans
Larking about: Gene stuffed the ball up his top during a break from play as he walked back to the table outside the pub
The pints quickly flowed one after another and Gene also indulged in a shot courtesy of his friend.
After a final impromptu football kick around they returned to their seats and all started singing.
On leaving they walked to the next venue where they were joined by Rafferty’s mother Sadie who enjoyed a glass of red wine.
Keeping warm: Gene wore a lightweight white, grey and pink jacket for his outing with his pals
Game for a laugh: Rafferty looked like he was enjoying himself as he kicked the ball about with his pals
It comes after Gene’s father Liam said ‘99% of judges are massive c***z’ in a furious Twitter rant last month after his ‘entitled’ son was criticised in court over a drunken fight at a Tesco Express.
Gene and Ringo Starr’s grandson Sonny Starkey, 20, had charges for assault and affray dropped after agreeing to be bound over.
However, judge Joanna Greenberg, described them as ‘entitled’ and said their behaviour was ‘completely out of order, no doubt as a result of having been drinking’.
Refreshments: The pair were later joined by some other friends who got stuck into a pizza and a couple of pints
Snack happy: Rafferty and his pal looked content as they scoffed down their slices of pizza
Greetings: The son of Sadie could be seen shaking his friend’s hand as he arrived at the pub wearing a red top
Play fight: Rafferty playfully pretended to box his pal as he messed about outside on the street
Unfazed: Rafferty’s pal did not seem bothered that he was squaring up to him on their outing
Leaning in: Gene could be seen getting closer to Rafferty as they chatted while the pair wore sunglasses
Animated: They were seen jumping about and waving their arms as they chatted
On the move: Gene was seen trying to tempt his pal into the pub to get another drink after their game of football
The incident happened at a Tesco Express in Hampstead, north London on 17 May 2019 after their friend, former IMG model Noah Ponte, 21, was accused of stealing a can of gin and tonic. He was acquitted of theft by a jury.
Despite his son being spared formal punishment, Oasis star Liam Gallagher still took issue with the judge’s comments, and criticised her during a Twitter tirade.
‘Judge Judy can kiss my a*** hole,’ he wrote. ‘From one entitled p**** to another, as you were LG x.’
Female friend: Another member of the group arrived wearing a green cropped top and some black shorts
Shady lady: His pal shielded her eyes behind a pair of large dark sunglasses as they chatted outside
He continued: ‘Funny thing is 99 per cent of judges are massive C**** LG. Asking folk to sit down, stand up, rise, f*** off with your noncey wig.’
He added: ‘If ya can’t steal from Tescos, where can you steal from eh? This country is over.’
Gallagher and Starkey have now been made the subject of a binder – meaning they have promised to ‘keep the peace and be of good behaviour’ for 12 months or pay £500.
Fun times: The pints quickly flowed one after another and Gene also indulged in a shot courtesy of his friend
Settling down: After a final impromptu football kick around they returned to their seats to enjoy the rest of the day
The pair and their friend, Ponte, denied all charges against them. They faced affray and assault by beating charges, while Gallagher and Ponte were accused of racially aggravated assault. Ponte was also charged with theft.
The trio attempted to get all charges thrown out against them in November 2020, but were unsuccessful barring one charge against Gallagher of common assault which was dismissed.
Wood Green Crown Court heard the trio had been drinking at an 18th birthday party but then went to the Tesco Express store on their way.
Snuggling up: One of their pals brought their black dog with them, prompting Rafferty to return home to collect his pooch
Man’s best friend: He could be seen sitting with his dog on his lap outside the pub while there was a bowl of water on the ground
Cuddles: Gene was seen hugging Rafferty’s pet as they sat at the wooden table at the pub
Beady eyes: The dachshund could be seen looking off into the distance as he sat outside the pub with Gene
Cute boys: Rory looked just like his actor father as he hugged his sweet dog in his arms
Ponte, a UCL architecture student, said he picked up a can of a £1.70 gin and tonic but knew it could not be sold because the store did not sell alcohol after 11pm.
He also said he paid £1.70 for two packets of salt and pepper nuts on the self-service till, then left them there, and attempted to leave the store with the can.
CCTV played to jurors showed two Tesco workers tried to stop the men from leaving including a moment when Ponte claimed a Tesco worker grabbed him by the arm and pulled him back into the store.
Pack animals: Rafferty raised his hands in the air as he looked at his pal’s black dog outside the pub
Laugh a minute: He could be seen laughing as the dog sat with his back from him at the other side of the table
Cackling: Rafferty was in hysterics as he chatted to his pals as the group shared a joke around the table
Flowing: He headed inside the pub to collect another pint as they sat outside the establishment
Controversial: It comes after Gene’s father Liam said ‘99% of judges are massive c***z’ in a Twitter rant last month after his ‘entitled’ son was criticised in court over a fight at a Tesco
Dropped: Gene and Ringo Starr’s grandson Sonny Starkey, 20, had charges for assault and affray dropped after agreeing to be bound over (Gene, right, pictured with Rafferty)
Background: The incident happened at a Tesco Express in Hampstead on 17 May 2019 after their friend, former IMG model Noah Ponte, 21, was accused of stealing a can of gin and tonic
Starkey and Gallagher were then accused to have thrown ‘kicks and punches’ down the aisle at the shop worker trying to stop them from leaving.
Duty manager Hiram Rajput claimed to have heard the phrase, ‘You bloody Indians. Go back to where you came from.’
However, this was denied by Gallagher and Ponte at an earlier hearing, with Ponte’s representative claiming they said ‘bloody idiots’.
Bold: Despite his son being spared formal punishment, Oasis star Liam still took issue with the judge’s comments, and criticised on Twitter, writing: ‘Judge Judy can kiss my a***’
Unimpressed He added in his harsh words online: ‘From one entitled p**** to another, as you were LG x.’
Keeping an eye: Rafferty was joined by his mother Sadie who wore an animal print top and a black dress
Chatterboxes: She was seen talking to her son and his pal outside the pub while enjoying a glass of wine
Following the accused bad behaviour in the store, Starkey was placed in a headlock by a Tesco shop worker for ‘several minutes’.
The Crown Prosecution Service were forced to accept that Starkey was ‘lawfully defending himself’ and Gallagher was lawfully defending his friend against further assault.
A fourth friend was not charged because he acted as a ‘moderating influence’.
Air guitar: Rafferty could be seen pretending to play the guitar outside the pub at the end of the night
Rocking out: Another friend could be seen laughing as he pretended to play the guitar
Wahey! Rafferty put on an animated display before heading home after enjoying his time with his freiends
During the trial for the theft of the gin and tonic, prosecutor Alexander Agbamu said the incident involved three phases: the alleged theft by Ponte, the kicks and punches said to have been delivered by Gallagher and Starkey, and the restraint of Starkey by a Tesco worker.
Earlier, prosecutors said they received two previously unseen pieces of evidence that meant they were unable to proceed to trial for Gallagher and Starkey.
Mr Agbamu said: ‘[A customer who now lives in Peru] described young men throwing groceries around and also saw a member of Tesco staff hitting and grabbing Mr Starkey and appearing to target him.
Former couple: Rafferty’s parents Sadie and actor Jude Law (pictured in 1998), 46, were married from 1997 until their divorce in 2003
‘[She] described the actions of the Tesco member of staff and described him as being the aggressor.
‘Mr Gallagher and Mr Starkey have a strong case to the effect that Mr Starkey was lawfully defending himself and Mr Gallagher was lawfully defending Mr Starkey against further assault.
‘[The customer] did provide the police with her contact details and in July 2019 and subsequently the police wrote to her at her address but all correspondence came back to the police returned to sender.
‘The Crown understands [the customer] is now in Peru and would have been giving evidence via TV link.
‘That has called the Crown to reassess the case against Mr Gallagher and Mr Starkey.’
Parents: Gene’s parents are Liam and Nicole Appleton (pictured 2001)
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