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A man has appeared before court charged with trespassing at the home of U2 star Larry Mullen.

The Irish Sun has reported that the man is also accused of possessing a golf club with intent to cause injury or intimidate.

The incident is alleged to have happened on October 19 last.

The newspaper reports Gerard O’Neill (31), with an address at Orchid House on James Street, Dublin 8, appeared before a judge on a number of charges relating to the incident.

He was arrested on October 19 and appeared before Dublin District Court the following day.

He was charged with trespassing and possession of a golf club intending to unlawfully cause or intimidate two gardia.

Mr O’Neill is due to appear before Cloverhill District Court next Wednesday, November 12.

He was charged contrary to Section 13 of the Criminal Justice (Public Order) Act.

Larry (51) is set to appear on Jimmy Fallon’s US ‘Tonight Show’ alongside his bandmates.

U2 will appear as the ‘house band’ on the top rated show next week.

The band are expected to perform a number of tracks from their new album ‘Songs of Innocence’.

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