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Former Highland busker Kim Avis set to return to the High Court in Glasgow to face a range of sex charges

By Gregor White

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The High Court in Glasgow.
The High Court in Glasgow.

A former Inverness busker accused of a series of sex charges is to appear at the High Court next month.

Kim Avis, also known as Gordon, faces a total of 25 charges.

These include accusations of raping three women and attempting to rape one of them when she was 12.

Avis (56) was originally due to appear for a High Court hearing in March, but cases were delayed because of the coronovirus pandemic.

He is now set to appear for a preliminary hearing at the High Court in Glasgow on August 20.

The allegations cover a period between January 1997 and March last year.

He formally pleased not guilty to all the charges against him last November.

He did not seek bail and was remanded in custody.

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