A former Sun reporter is to face trial over allegations of unlawfully possessing a mobile phone and hacking into its files after he pleaded not guilty to both charges on Friday.
He entered his plea at the Old Bailey, denying "possession of criminal property, a mobile phone" said to have belonged to model
He also pleaded not guilty to a second "securing unauthorised access to computer material".
It is alleged that between 11 and
Ashford was released on unconditional bail with a trial date to be set later.
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