A man accused of intimidating a witness at her home is to stand trial later this year.
He spoke only to confirm his personal details and enter a not guilty plea during a short hearing.
Simon Duncan, prosecuting, said a trial would be estimated to last one and a half days.
Judge Steven Everett said the trial would take place on November 16.
Lee applied for bail but this was refused and Judge Everett remanded him in custody.
Police in Hounslow are urgently seeking this man on suspicion of harassment, breach of a restraining order and witness intimidation.
Officers said Nigel Gladwin was believed to have breached a restraining order issued at Isleworth Crown Court last August.
They said the 61-year-old, whose address is unknown, was suspected to have breached the order in November but efforts to trace him had so far proved unsuccessful.
He is also wanted on suspicion of harassment and witness intimidation.
Police said the allegations related to a domestic incident and they could not give any further details at this stage.