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Nathan De Asha leaving Liverpool Magistrates’ CourtThe owner of a Liverpool gym has appeared in court as the council aims to keep it closed for months.Liverpool City Council issued its first Closure Notice of the coronavirus pandemic to Prophecy Performance Centre on Gaskill Road, Speke, after a police raid.Officers received information the gym was reportedly breaching coronavirus legislation and raided the gym on Sunday where they found around 50 members of the public and issued a number of fixed penalty notices.Police also arrested three people in connection with the incident, two of whom were arrested on suspicion of false imprisonment.Footage of the lockdown raid was posted by on the social media account of the Liverpool gym.The gym owner, Nathan De Asha, appeared at Liverpool Magistrates Court this afternoon where the court heard he will contest the council Closure Notice.Cecilia Pritchard, prosecuting the case on behalf of the council, said: “The premises has been open as a gym and has remained open despite the national lockdown in place.”Even before that what there were previous times under coronavirus regulations where the gym was supposed to be shut two previous prohibition orders have been served on the premises.”Ms Pritchard explained that in January there were 35 complaints from members of the public to the council and police about the gym remaining in operation and people continuing to attend.Receive newsletters with the latest news, sport and what on updates from the Liverpool ECHO by signing up hereMr De Asha was not represented in today case but explained that he would contest the application for the Closure Notice.Detailing the police presence at the gym on Sunday, Ms Pritchard said there was a “significant issue of disorder at the premises”.The court heard “a number of people, probably estimated to be at least 50, had been in the premises and for a period of time, locked in because of concerns they would be spotted by the police if they left the premises”.Police arrested a 34 year old man and a 33 year old woman on suspicion of false imprisonment during the raid and a 24 year old man was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer.The 34 year old man was also arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer and on suspicion of careless and inconsiderate driving.Ms Pritchard said that “despite previous interventions” the gym “seems to still be operating”, sparking “legislation concerns”, which “in itself is already in breach of coronavirus legislation.”Speaking to the district judge about the police presence on Sunday, Mr De Asha said: “We was basically manhandled, mauled and abused by Merseyside Police.”Enter your postcode below to find vaccination sites near youMs Pritchard explained that allowing the gym to remain open would result in “nuisance to members of the public”.District Judge James Clarke extended the temporary Closure Notice so only Mr De Asha is permitted into the property until the next hearing.The district judge said: “At the moment I am only prepared to let you enter the premises. I am restricting it to you only.”District Judge Clarke adjourned the case until February 22 at Sefton Magistrates Court.Earlier this week, when asked about the use of force by officers after video footage emerged of the scenes after the raid at the gym, Deputy Chief Constable Serena Kennedy said: “At Merseyside Police, extensive training is given to officers around the importance of using force lawfully and proportionately, and thankfully, for the vast majority of interactions with the public, force is not required.”The decision to use force is never taken lightly, and in cases where it is appropriate, officers must often make quick, split second judgements where there is a risk of harm. During this incident, the use of force was judged necessary by officers in response to people’s behaviour.”.