Luxe Listings Sydney estate agent Evan James Williams hit with extra charges

The Luxe Listings estate agent faces new charges after he was fired from his job for a ‘work altercation’ and accused of assaulting his famous florist wife and throwing chili powder in her face

  • Luxury estate agent Evan James Williams hit with extra charges
  • He was previously accused of assaulting his ex-wife Kashaya Williams
  • Williams was accused of throwing chili powder in her face while cooking in 2005
  • He pleaded not guilty to seven criminal charges after the row with his wife
  • The new charges are not related to an ex-wife and Williams has pleaded not guilty

A former Luxe Listings star who was suspended from her job in luxury real estate and accused of assaulting his ex-wife has been hit with additional charges.

Evan James Williams has been removed from his role by the Rubenstein group after an altercation during a group photo with colleagues in June.

He was charged with seven crimes in the same month over allegations he assaulted his estranged wife Kashaya Williams for 15 years.

Police have since brought three additional charges against the estate agent, but they do not relate to Ms Williams.

Sydney luxury estate agent Evan James Williams (pictured), who starred in the hit TV show Luxe Listings and was accused of assaulting his ex-wife Kashaya Williams, has been hit with additional charges

It is alleged in court documents that Ms Williams (pictured) told police she was cooking a meal in the kitchen when her husband started yelling at her in 2005

It is alleged in court documents that Ms Williams (pictured) told police she was cooking a meal in the kitchen when her husband started yelling at her in 2005

They include taking actions that result in emotional or intellectual harm; intentionally stalking or intimidating fear or physical injury; and common assault, The Daily Telegraph reported.

Williams has pleaded not guilty to the handful of new charges as well as the seven in the case involving his estranged wife.

Ms Williams is a well-known Double Bay florist and has worked on various celebrity weddings, including that of bachelor couple Anna and Tim Robards.

It is alleged in court documents that Ms Williams told police she was cooking a meal in the kitchen when her husband started yelling at her in 2005.

She alleged that Williams threw chili powder at her “face and neck” until it was “red” and “caused her pain”.

Police alleged in court papers that Ms Williams was pushed against a wall by her husband when she accused him of having an affair in 2014.

Ms Williams (pictured) is a well-known Double Bay florist and has worked on various celebrity weddings, including that of single couple Anna and Tim Robards

Ms Williams (pictured) is a well-known Double Bay florist and has worked on various celebrity weddings, including that of single couple Anna and Tim Robards

She alleged that Williams put his hands around her neck, squeezed her and only let go when she bit and pushed him away.

Ms Williams reported the allegations to Rose Bay Police before her husband showed up at Waverley Police Station on June 3.

He was slapped with a provisionally apprehended domestic and personal violence order that prevented him from coming within 200 yards of her.

The couple would no longer be with Williams living in a property in Randwick.

The charges against Williams include common assault, intimidation and assault causing bodily harm.

Property insiders told Sydney Confidential that Williams (pictured) was suspended from his job after becoming

Property insiders told Sydney Confidential that Williams (pictured) was suspended from his job after becoming ‘verbally aggressive’ towards other estate agents

He pleaded not guilty at Waverley Court House in Sydney on June 16.

Real estate insiders said Sydney Confidential that Williams was suspended from his job after becoming “verbally aggressive” towards other real estate agents.

“He thought they were pinching what he thought were his lists,” one claimed.

Insiders claimed Williams had a rivalry with the sales teams of Cae Thomas and Jye Emdur, prompting TRG founder Gavin Rubenstein to take action.

“He got his status a bit wrong after he appeared on Luxe Listings,” an insider said.

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