Two men have pleaded not guilty a security guard beyond Mesut Ozil’s house in August.
27 and Ferhat Ercun, both salaman Ekinci, refuse acting in a manner against Kemil Sezer outside distress or Ozil’s home alarm, Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court heard on Friday.
The group were charged under the Public Order Act 1986 after the alleged incident in Highgate, north London, on August 8.
Prosecutor Valerie Benjamin said:”The organization of the complainant is a Premier League footballer.
“The complainant is one of two security guards protecting your house.
“It is alleged that the 2 defendants approached and were verbally violent, making threats toward them.”
The couple came back before police were called and then left, Ms Benjamin stated.
Ekinci, of Tottenham and Ercun, of Highgate, north London, were bailed to appear before the court on November 6 for the crime.
Ozil and Kolasinac were eliminated from the Arsenal team to face Newcastle in their opening match of the Premier League season.

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