The deputy leader of far-right group Britain First has been released on bail after appearing in court in Belfast for the second day running following comments about Islam on a social media.
Jayda Fransen - who was thrust into the international spotlight when Donald Trump tweeted videos she previously posted online - was charged with threatening behaviour over alleged remarks made this week beside a peace wall in Northern Ireland.
The comments were posted on social media on Wednesday and are understood have have been filmed in the staunchly unionist Shankill area of west Belfast.
The video post was critical of Islam and warned of a coming 'civil war' in the UK.
Jayda Frasen left court today after she was charged over a rant at a peace wall in Belfast. She was arrested after leaving court over another alleged offence in the city in August. As she left court with Britain First leader Paul Golding today, a man wore a Donald Trump mask behind her
Fransen was bailed after a short hearing before a district judge in Belfast Magistrates' Court today, although police objected to her release.
Fransen, from Anerley in south east London, was arrested at the same court on Thursday, having appeared on a charge related to other remarks she made at a Northern Ireland Against Terrorism rally in the city in August.
Britain First leader Paul Golding, 35, was also arrested at court on Thursday as he accompanied Fransen.
He was later charged with using threatening, abusive, insulting words or behaviour during a speech he made at the same Belfast rally in August.
Golding was bailed to appear in the same court next month and Fransen will also appear before that court again next month.
Fransen winked and raised her fist skyward in