Bobby Davro was punched to the ground in a car park after the comedian tried to calm a row between ex-wife Trudi Jameson and another woman.
The unnamed woman’s partner kicked the TV star in the stomach at the Ivy Brasserie in Cobham, Surrey, after knocking him to the floor.
According to witness, the ugly scene began when the two women began calling each other ‘slapper’ and ‘slut’ after Trudi, 49, arrived to pick up 60-year-old Mr Davro.
Comedian Bobby Davro (pictured) was battered in the car park of a swanky restaurant by the partner of a woman who was rowing with his ex-wife Trudi Jameson
Mr Davro told The Sun: ‘I thought he was about to headbutt me but he managed to knock me down and kicked me in the stomach.
‘I was winded. It was a dangerous, cowardly thing to do and my ex panicked and called the police — it was ridiculous.’
It’s claimed the men grappled after one woman shouted ‘you f***ing prostitute’.
Sources claim Trudi was arguing with a woman called Dee, who is dating a second hand car dealer, who also goes by the name of Stefan.
Witnesses said the women exchanged obscenities, branding each other ‘slapper’ and ‘slut’.
Bobby was married to Mrs Jameson for 10 years before their marriage fell apart in 2003. They have three children
The men began grappling after one of the women was heard to shout: ‘You f***ing prostitute!’
Mr Davro, currently on a nationwide Easter panto tour playing Smee in Peter Pan, added: ‘His missus and my ex used to be friends but clearly don’t get on now.’
Mr Davro was married to Mrs Jameson for 10 years before their marriage fell apart in 2003. They have three children.
Their marriage ended when he discovered that she had been cheating on him with a married builder, who returned to his wife.
Mr Davro said he has a relationship with his ex for the ‘sake of their children’ and ‘can’t believe he got caught up in one of their rows’.
The TV star, 60, was knocked to the ground and kicked in the stomach at the Ivy Brasserie in Cobham, Surrey
Police were called to the scene.
A spokesman said ‘the suspect and victim accepted a community resolution outcome’, adding that the ‘matter is closed’.
Mr Davro found nationwide fame in the 1980s as a charismatic TV presenter.
He presented Bobby Davro on the Box, Bobby Davro’s TV Annual and Bobby Davro Public Enemy No.1, to name just a few.
He is currently playing Smee in Peter Pan on a Easter panto tour of the UK.