Yolanda Hadid walks in NYC in the wake of reveal of altercation with daughter Gigi Hadid’s ex Zayn Malik … in which she claims he shoved her
- The Dutch reality star, 57, said Malik had grabbed her and shoved her in the incident while cursing at her
- Malik said he ‘adamantly’ denies putting his hands on Yolanda
- Malik entered a no contest plea to harassment charges in Pennsylvania stemming from the September 29 incident
- Malik and Gigi Hadid parted ways as a couple a month ago
Yolanda Hadid was seen walking in New York City on Tuesday after making headlines in the wake of her altercation with daughter Gigi Hadid’s ex Zayn Malik.
The Dutch reality star, 57, donned a plush coat with red, blue, black and white horizontal stripes over a black top with black leggings.
She wore glasses and black boots and had her black locks pulled back on the autumn day in the city, as she carried an iPhone.
The latest: Yolanda Hadid, 57, was seen walking in New York City on Tuesday after making headlines in the wake of her altercation with daughter Gigi Hadid’s ex Zayn Malik, 28
Hadid was in the news last week amid a reveal that Malik entered a no contest plea to harassment charges in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, stemming from a September 29 incident in which the One Direction alum, 28, fought with Yolanda at a family home near Philadelphia.
Yolanda said in court docs that Malik had grabbed and shoved her in the incident while cursing at her, and telling her to keep away from his daughter.
Malik also acted violent with a security guard on hand, telling him, ‘Get the f*** out of my f***ing house, copper,’ TMZ reported, citing court docs in the case.
In the exchange, Malik yelled at Gigi Hadid, 26, to ‘defend your partner against your f***ing mother in my house,’ according to court docs. Sources told TMZ that Gigi was in Paris at the time of the clash, and that he was communicating with her over the phone.
The Dutch reality star donned a plush coat with red, blue, black and white horizontal stripes over a black top with black leggings
She wore glasses and black boots and had her black locks pulled back on the autumn day in the city, as she carried an iPhone
Malik in his plea – in which he accepted the consequences while not admitting guilt – received a sentence of 360 days on probation, in addition to mandated anger management classes. The court ordered he have no contact with either Hadid or the man identified as a security guard.
If he completes the conditions laid out by the court over the next six months, his probation could be ended early, according to court docs.
Malik denied putting his hands on Yolanda in a statement to TMZ Thursday.
‘I adamantly deny striking Yolanda Hadid and for the sake of my daughter I decline to give any further details and I hope that Yolanda will reconsider her false allegations and move towards healing these family issues in private,’ he told the outlet, which reported that he and Gigi parted ways as a couple a month ago.
Malik, seen in NYC in March, denied putting his hands on Yolanda in a statement he issued
Better times: Malik and Hadid were snapped together at a September 2017 bash in LA
Malik issued a statement on Twitter in regards to the incident, saying, ‘As you all know I am a private person and I very much want to create a safe and private place for my daughter to grow up in. A place where private family matters aren’t thrown on the world stage for all to poke and pick apart.’
He continued: ‘In an effort to protect that space for her, I agreed to not contest claims arising from an argument I had with a family member of my partner’s who entered our home while my partner was away several weeks ago.’
Yolanda, who previously appeared on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills from 2012-2016, was married to real estate mogul Mohamed Hadid, from 1994 until 2000; and music producer David Foster from until 2011 until 2017.