DISGRACED glamour girl Louise Glover faces a fresh court date next week following accusations she failed to do unpaid work as part of her punishment for a vicious nightclub attack.

The former Playboy model, originally from Sutton, attacked a woman in the ladies toilets at the Oceana Club, Brighton.

She was spared jail in February when a judge sentenced her to a suspended 30-week prison sentence and 100 hours community work.

Now Glover has been hauled back before Hove Crown Court to answer charges that she had not turned up for her first two appointments with probation officers on Feb 22 and March 1.

In a hearing a fortnight ago, Judge Charles Kemp was told Glover has not done any of her community service.

Asked if she admitted the allegations she said loudly: “No, not at all.”

The 27-year-old was found guilty of causing actual bodily harm to Maxine Hardcastle by a jury at Hove Crown Court in February.

Glover was granted bail until a hearing on May 14.

She was banned from contacting her victim Maxine Hardcastle, daughter of 1980s musician Paul, for ten years when she was sentenced in February.

The court was told that she smashed Miss Hardcastle's head against a toilet rim ten times during the confrontation in December 2007.

Glover, who has appeared in a variety of lads mags and music videos and has her own website, attacked her in a fit of jealousy.

She followed Miss Hardcastle into a toilet cubicle and locked the door behind her before accusing her of flirting with her then husband.

Judge Kemp told Glover, after she was found guilty: “This was a vicious and unprovoked attack motivated by a totally irrational fit of jealousy. You are a woman who made a living based on your appearance, self-confidence and outgoing nature.

“You should know better than anyone what it means to be robbed of those attributes.”

Despite being dogged by controversy, Glover is continuing her glamour career. She was recently pictured on the red carpet for the London premiere of the film, The Heavy.