Fallen AFL champion Ben Cousins faces seven more charges of breaching a family violence restraining order at his trial later this year.
The former West Coast Eagles captain has been behind bars since April after police found him in East Victoria Park with about 2.5 grams of methamphetamine in his possession.
Two days after being taken into custody, Cousins faced Armadale Magistrates Court via video link from Hakea prison and pleaded guilty to the drug offence, incurring a $1500 fine.
But he pleaded not guilty to one count of aggravated stalking and 13 restraining order breaches relating to his ex-partner Maylea Tinecheff, the mother of his two children, whom he allegedly repeatedly tried to contact via phone.
Cousins was upset when his bail application was refused at the April hearing, exclaiming "that's not fair, Your Honour".
The 41-year-old repeatedly said "oh no" and ran his hands through his hair in frustration as Magistrate Brian Mahon commented on the application, noting his struggles with meth and 22 convictions for VRO breaches, 20 of which resulted in a prison sentence.
The Brownlow medallist has since been charged with seven more VRO breaches and will stand trial on October 28, with his lawyer Michael Tudori previously flagging a parenting plan will be part of the proceedings.
Cousins served almost one year behind bars for stalking Ms Tinecheff.
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