TOMMY Robinson scowled as he arrived at court today after breaching an order to stay away from an anti-Semitism march.
The former EDL leader joined thousands at the protest in central London in November.
Robinson, 41, has now been charged with failing to comply with an order that barred him from entering the area.
He was pictured scowling as he made his way into Westminster Magistrates’ Court today.
Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, was dramatically arrested as the protesters took to the streets.
He was seen being led away from cops grimacing after he was pepper-sprayed.
The Met confirmed the organisers were “clear about their concerns” over Robinson attending.
He was asked by officers to leave but allegedly “refused to do so”.
Robinson previously told how he wanted to attend the demonstration to “let British Jews know they are not alone”.
Campaign Against Antisemitism said that Robinson was “not welcome” at the march.
The campaign group was joined by celebs including Boris Johnson and wife Carrie, who voiced their support for British Jews.
Countdown star Rachel Riley was among the stars who also joined in the march.
The Met Police said: “A man has now been charged in connection with this incident.
“Stephen Lennon, of Bedfordshire, has been charged with failing to comply with a section 35 direction excluding a person from an area.
“He has been bailed to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on January 22.”