An assault charge laid against Shannon Noll over a scuffle outside an Adelaide strip club has been dropped by prosecutors.
The 41-year-old singer was accused of assaulting a bouncer after he was removed from the Crazy Horse Revue strip club on Hindley Street in the early hours of January 15.
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Shannon Noll is expected to face court on Thursday over a scuffle with security guards outside a strip club in Adelaide earlier this year.
The 41-year-old singer is accused of assaulting a bouncer after he was removed from the Crazy Horse Revue strip club on Hindley Street in the early hours of January 15.
He is listed to appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court on Thursday but journalists are unlikely to be allowed to attend the hearing as it is a pre-trial conference.
Noll was a no-show at his last scheduled court appearance in February, with the magistrate excusing the singer from attending.
His arrest came after he appeared at a music festival at Mannum, east of Adelaide, and he has since continued to play shows.
Noll was runner-up to a Guy Sebastian in the first season of Australian Idol in 2003 and he went on to become one of the show's best-selling artists. -AAP