A former co-star of Noel Clarke has posted a message about 'karma' after the Kidulthood director was accused of sexual harassment and bullying by 20 women.
Adam Deacon fell out with Clarke when the Bafta award-winning star claimed that Deacon had 'infringed on copyright' by calling his 2010 spoof film Anuvahood.
Clarke, 45, went onto accuse Deacon of waging an online trolling campaign against him, claiming at the 2015 trial that the 38-year-old had made death threats.
Deacon was found guilty of harassment without violence, banned from contacting Clarke and ordered to pay £500.
Last night, he posted a message on Instagram which said: 'Karma. No need for revenge. Just sit back and wait. Those who hurt you eventually screw up themselves and if you are lucky, god will let you watch.'Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Noel Clarke and Adam Deacon appearing in Adulthood together, released in 2008
Last night, Deacon posted a message on Instagram which said: 'Karma. No need for revenge. Just sit back and wait. Those who hurt you eventually screw up themselves and if you are lucky, god will let you watch'
Clarke had set in motion Deacon's acting career, picking him to star in Kidulthood, released in 2006, and Adulthood, which came out two years later.
When Deacon later decided to make a spin-off, Clarke supported him but insisted he not use the name Anuvahood.
Deacon made the movie and won a Bafta for it, but the pair ended up at Hammersmith Magistrates' Court in 2015 as their row escalated, with Clarke accusing him of harassment.
Deacon denied the allegation, claiming instead the Clarke was trying to sabotage his career.
In one message to Clarke, Deacon had sent a picture of his former co-star's children with a gun emoji pasted onto it.
'It is a death threat isn't it,