Life on Marbs brothers attacked PR manager at exclusive London nightclub

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Two reality TV stars have been sentenced to community service after attacking a promoter at an exclusive London nightclub.

Brothers Adam and Jeffrey Graham, who appeared on ITVBe's Life on Marbs in 2015, were partying with friends in a VIP section at The Maddox Club in Mills Street on March 13.

The Evening Standard reports the duo got annoyed when other clubbers started dancing in their private area which prompted one of the brothers to push a woman away from their table.

PR manager Jacob Bohbot is said to have stepped in but was punched by both Adam, 32, and his younger brother Jeff, 30.

The attack, which was captured on CCTV, left Mr Bohbot with multiple injuries, including a sore head, black eye and chipped tooth after being punched several times.

The luxury concierge business duo, of Aston-on-Trent, Derbyshire, pleaded guilty to assault by beating at an earlier hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court.

Adam was sentenced to 80 hours of unpaid work and Jeff to 120 hours on April 26.

Both were ordered to pay £100 compensation, a victim surcharge of £95 and costs of £85 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

They have also been banned from entering The Maddox Club which counts Prince Harry, Sadie Frost, and Pharrell Williams among its past celebrity guests, for 12 months.

Life on Marbs aired from July 22 in 2015 to October 7 in 2015 and was set in sunny Marbella on Spain's Costa del Sol. The show was cancelled after just one season.

Cast members included housewife and former model Natalie Richardson who sold "kiss and tell" stories on Leonardo DiCaprio and Callum Best as well as fitness trainer Joss Mooney, who briefly dated Judge Geordie star Vicky Pattison.

Former TOWIE stars Ferne McCann and Elliot Wright also briefly appeared in the 12-part series.

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