Former glamour model Katie Price has pleaded not guilty to drink-driving.
The 40-year-old, from Horsham, Surrey, will appear for trial at Bexley Magistrates Court in February.
Price asked the judge if she could not reveal her address in court as she didn’t want the press knowing it.
District Judge Nigel Dean replied that “all defendants are treated equally” and refused her request.
Price has denied being almost twice the legal alcohol limit while driving a pink Range Rover on 10 October last year.
Police arrested her after finding her in charge of the stationary vehicle at 1.40am at Shooter’s Hill in Greenwich, southeast London, the court heard.
A man in a block of flats was said to have concluded an “accident of some sort” had occurred involving his parked black car, which had pink paint on when he later inspected it, District Judge Nigel Dean told the hearing.
CCTV footage appeared to show the Range Rover was in the vicinity of his vehicle, the judge added.
Price is alleged to have had 69 microgrammes of alcohol per 100 millilitres of breath.
The legal limit is 35 microgrammes.
Wearing a grey fur coat, blue jeans and black stilettos, Price spoke only to deny the charge and give her name, address and date of birth.
Mr Dean said Price will rely on the defence that “there was no likelihood of driving while the level of alcohol exceeded the proscribed limit”.
She thanked Mr Dean before leaving the court room.
Metropolitan Police said Price had been charged with drink-driving by postal requisition on 10 December and told to appear at Bromley Magistrates Court on Monday 7 January.
The former model, who has five children, split from her third husband Kieran Hayler in 2018.
Price avoided bankruptcy in December after agreeing a plan to pay back what she owes to her creditors.