He told Hammersmith Magistrates' Court: 'I could tell she was upset and my main aim was to try and calm her down and explain why I was cycling in front of her.'I realise I don't want to make any judgement of her but I believed I was dealing with a violent person.'When someone walked up towards you like that purposefully, they're furious and they are getting into your space.'The next thing that is going to happen you are going to get hit.
I was quite scared about what was going to happen.'Pearson denies one charge of driving without reasonable consideration to other road users and one charge of using threatening and abusive or insulting words or behaviour.
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He claimed that Pearson, who admitted not having any tax on the car, made a gun gesture at him with her fingers, but her defence claimed he was lying in a bid to racially stereotype her.