Fans of Carl Woods have been discussing what his latest social media post about loyalty could be hinting at. The star appeared at Colchester Magistrates’ Court yesterday-with Katie Price by his side of him-after being charged by police under Section 4 of the Public Order Act
Carl Woods took to social media on Tuesday night, to share a selfie of himself alongside his dog.
Captioning the snap of him and his pet pooch Sid, the star wrote: “Loyalty looks like this.”
Underneath the recent Instagram post, many of Carl’s fans have commented, referring to his caption about ‘loyalty’.
The former Love Island contestant, 33, shared the picture with his 229,000 followers after appearing at Colchester Magistrates’ Court earlier in the day, after being charged by police under Section 4 of the Public Order Act, following an arrest in August.
Carl arrived at court holding hands with fiancée Katie Price, 43, on Tuesday – with the former glamor model wearing visor-like sunglasses, leggings and a black top as she walked alongside her husband-to-be.
Commenting underneath his Instagram snap with his canine pal, many of Carl’s followers dubbed the caption referring to loyalty to be “very cryptic”.
One of the many comments read “#getout” and received 60 likes – including a ‘like’ from Carl himself.
“Interesting how Carl has liked this himself.. [shocked face emoji],” a fan wrote, after spotting the reality TV star’s name in the list of likes.
Another message read: “Wishing you love and happiness more handsome in real life like I said today. Trust your heart and your gut always.”
Other comments focused on Carl’s close bond with his beloved pet dog – who can be seen snuggling up to his owner in the cute snap.
“Dogs are the best I rescued mine and she keeps me going,” one fan told the 33-year-old from Essex, with another writing: “Wee Sid…. Loyalty….don’t want anything but a wee cuddle x love this post.”
Carl’s social media update comes after he pleaded “not guilty” in court on Tuesday.
The charge which was read out at court was that on August 22, Carl was said to have used “threatening and abusive” language towards another person, with the intention to “make them believe immediate violence would be used towards them”.
Prosecuting, Leigh Hart, said the allegations related to an incident “whereby the defendant got into an argument with his partner at his home address.
“The partner left his address and went to another property.”
She alleged Carl “followed his partner and attempted to force the door of that property whilst shouting outside in the street.”
The case was adjourned for trial, in June at Chelmsford Magistrates. Carl was placed on an unconditional bail.
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George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.