Ex-England ace Paul Gascoigne was admitted to hospital after claims police and paramedics were called to his house three days running.
Audience members paid up to £385 for the Wolverhampton leg of Gascoigne’s UK tour, during which the star recounted anecdotes from his lively career.
Read more: Emotional Paul Gascoigne carries tragic nephew's coffin into church as mourners gather for 22-year-old's funeral The former Newcastle, Tottenham and Rangers midfielder pleaded not guilty to a racially-aggravated public order offence.
Gazza was granted unconditional bail at Dudley Magistrates' Court until a trial on September 19.
Officers and the ambulance services attended and a man in 40s was taken to Poole Hospital." Last month the troubled former football star was told he is to stand trial over an alleged racist joke he made at a live show.
Gazza, who was charged in June with racially abusing a security guard, arrived at Dudley Magistrates' Court in the West Midlands on June 29.
The 49-year-old former Newcastle, Tottenham and Rangers star is alleged to have used abusive or insulting words, causing racially aggravated harassment and alarm, during An Evening With Gazza show in Wolverhampton in November last year.Gazza was investigated after West Midlands Police received a complaint about a comment he allegedly made mocking a black security guard .Read more: Paul Gascoigne fighting back after nephew's death sent him into a 'tailspin' booze relapse The former Newcastle ace - who has battled with alcoholism for a number of years - was checked over but did not go to hospital.A similar incident is said to have occurred the day after when police officers spent time in his house.But on Friday police and ambulance were called again after "worries about his welfare".This time a police spokesman said: "At 1.48pm yesterday Dorset Police was called to a concern for welfare.