Liam Gallagher and Nicole Appleton dispute: Judge to decide what public can know
A High Court judge is next week due to decide what the public can be told about a family court dispute involving rock star Liam Gallagher and his ex-wife Nicole Appleton.
Mr Justice Mostyn is expected to hear argument from lawyers representing Gallagher and Appleton and journalists at a hearing in the Family Division of the High Court in London on Tuesday.
Another, less senior judge, has finished analysing evidence in the case - which has been staged over several days at a private hearing in the Central Family Court in London.
Judge Martin O'Dwyer is expected to deliver a judgment on the case later in the year.
Mr Justice Mostyn had analysed reporting issues at a separate High Court hearing early in the week.
He said, for the time being, the public could be told that the pair were involved in a dispute over money but little more.
Gallagher, who turns 43 on Monday, was a member of the band Oasis, and Appleton, 40, is a singer with the group All Saints.
Another judge had drawn their six-year marriage to a close more than a year ago.
District Judge Anne Aitken granted the couple a decree nisi at a family court hearing in London in April 2014.