Luxe Listings real estate agent accused of beating his celebrity wedding planner wife for 15 years is stood down by his firm after a blow up with colleagues at a photo shoot
- Luxe Listings real estate agent suspended from job after altercation with agents
- Evan James Williams was also accused of assaulting wife over span of 15 years
- Williams allegedly assaulted Kashaya Williams several times since 2005
- He pleaded not guilty to charges brought against him at Waverley Court House
A real estate agent who starred in hit TV show Luxe Listings and is accused of assaulting his estranged wife has been suspended from his job.
Evan James Williams, who was a contractor for The Rubenstein Group, was stood down after an altercation at a group photo with colleagues last week.
Williams is accused of assaulting his estranged wife Kashaya Williams over 15 years at their former homes in Sydney‘s east.
Police allege Williams threw chilli powder in her face and pushed her up against a wall on separate occasions.
Evan James Williams, who was a contractor for The Rubenstein Group, was stood down following an altercation at a group photo with colleagues last week
Williams is currently locked in a court battle over allegations he assaulted his wife Kashaya Williams over the span of 15 years at their former homes in Sydney’s east
Real estate insiders told Sydney Confidential that Williams was suspended from his job after he became ‘verbally aggressive’ towards other real estate agents.
‘He thought they were pinching what he thought were his listings,’ one claimed.
Insiders claimed Williams had a rivalry with sales teams at Cae Thomas and Jye Emdur, prompting TRG founder Gavin Rubenstein to take action.
‘He became a bit deluded as to his status following his appearance on Luxe Listings,’ an insider claimed.
Daily Mail Australia contacted TRG and Williams for comment.
Williams has been charged with five counts of common assault, one count of intimidation, and one count of assault causing bodily harm against his estranged wife.
He pleaded not guilty to all the charges at Waverley Court House on Thursday.
Police allege he threw chilli powder in his wife’s face and pushed her up against a wall on different occasions, the Daily Telegraph reported.
Court documents showed Ms Williams told police that she was cooking a meal in the kitchen when her husband began to yell at her in 2005.
She alleged Williams flicked chilli powder towards her ‘face and neck’ until it was ‘red’ and ‘causing her pain’.
Williams has been charged with five counts of common assault, one count of intimidation and one count of assault occasioning actual bodily harm relating to allegations of assault against his partner
Court documents showed Ms Williams told police that she had been cooking a meal in the kitchen when her husband began to yell at her in 2005
Court documents also showed Ms Williams told police she was pushed up against a wall by her husband when she accused him of having an affair in 2014.
She alleged Williams put his hands around her neck, squeezed, and only let go when she bit him and pushed him away.
Ms Williams reported the allegations to Rose Bay Police before her husband presented himself to Waverley Police Station on June 3.
He was slapped with a provisional apprehended domestic and personal violence order that prevented him from coming within 200m of her.
The pair are understood to no longer be together with Williams living at a property in Randwick.
Ms Williams is a florist and wedding planner who worked on high-profile weddings including that of Bachelor couple Anna and Tim Robards.