A TIKTOK influencer will stand trial for allegedly posting offensive videos on the platform.

Fiona Ryan, of Laverstock Road, faces four allegations of malicious communications which are said to have taken place between March 4 and April 18 this year.

Following Ryan's arrest on April 23, Wiltshire Police said the offences were religiously and racially aggravated.

The 40-year-old mother has also been charged with breaking a condition of her bail, namely not to post on any form of social media at all, on April 26.

Salisbury Journal: Fiona Ryan posts videos on TikTok.Fiona Ryan posts videos on TikTok. (Image: Fiona Ryan)

Ryan was due to appear in court the day before for another alleged breach matter but Wiltshire Police failed to present her to a court within 24 hours of her arrest.

This meant she had to be re-released on bail.

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Ryan, who posts content about Israel, Gaza and Iran, pleaded not guilty to all five charges.

The full details of her charges suggest she sent by means of a public electronic communications network matter, namely a video on TikTok, that was grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character.

She is due to stand trial at Salisbury Magistrates' Court on Wednesday, September 4.

The case continues.