British publicist Max Clifford attended a court hearing on Tuesday (May 28) to deny 11 counts of historic indecent assault charges.
The 70-year-old, from Surrey, is accused of charges relating to seven alleged victims, aged from 14 to 19, between 1966 and 1985.
He arrived at the London court alongside his wife, Jo West.
On his arrival at court, dozens of photographers and camera crews crowded around Mr Clifford and his wife. Several members of the public shouted abuse.
Clifford, who was charged by police last month, told reporters outside court that the weeks leading up to the court case have been a 'nightmare'.
Mr Clifford was arrested in December under Operation Yewtree - set up following allegations about Jimmy Savile - but his arrest was unrelated to Savile.
The PR guru's celebrity clients have included "The X Factor" reality TV creator Simon Cowell.
Clifford entered not guilty pleas to all the counts.
Presented by Adam Justice