You may remember the name Chris Parker. He was one of many who rushed to Manchester Arena in May, after a bomb exploded that sent glass and nails into the bodies of innocent children and their parents.
The 33-year-old homeless man, who was originally hailed as a hero for helping victims of the bombing, has now been charged with two counts of theft related to items that were stolen from victims.
Although he plead 'not guilty' to the charges, he will have to prove it in court.
His alleged victim, Pauline Healey, claims he stole from her after she was injured when a suicide bomber detonated a bomb inside the lobby of the Manchester Arena in May.