He said Nick Candy, who is married to former Neighbours star Holly Valance, told him Russians debt collectors 'would not think twice' about physical violence him and his family, the court heard.
Mr Holyoake's wife would later claim the brothers would also row and alleged that Christian 'bullied' his brother Nick to the point that he once wound up 'crying in the foetal position' on a hotel room floor.
Yasmin Seweid, 18, was arrested by police on Wednesday for filing a false report after she claimed she was called a terrorist by Donald Trump supporters on a New York subway train.
She is pictured right with a shaved head in court Among those to support her in court on Wednesday was Seweid's older brother Abdoul who was himself arrested in 2012 for lying to police.
Today, Nick's wife - ex-Neighbours star Holly Valance - tweeted: 'Ain't that something! Outside court the brothers hugged and Nick's wife Holly tweeted: 'Ain't that something! The Candys said Mr Holyoake was a 'pathological liar' and a judge today ruled in their favour and agreed he 'repeatedly lied and he and his associates resorted to forgery, deceit and impersonation'.He and Ms Valance welcomed their second child in September, a sister to their three year old daughter Luka Violet Toni.Both Mr Candy and his brother were accused of an extraordinary campaign of bullying, blackmail and intimidation by Mr Holyoake who said the siblings tried to 'ruin his life' and threaten his pregnant wife. Claim.' alongside a meme featuring the words: 'that moment when you witness Karma, in all its full glorious splendour'But a judge ruled against Mr Holyoake today because he 'lied and resorted to forgery, deceit and impersonation' but added: 'None emerge with great credit'. Claim' alongside a meme featuring Morticia Addams and the words: 'That moment when you witness Karma, in all its full glorious splendour'.The brothers were alleged to be involved in a conspiracy to drive the businessman into bankruptcy so they could 'steal' a multi-million pound development deal and the site.Giving evidence in February and March this year Mr Holyoake told the High Court he was coerced into signing a series of agreements which meant he was effectively charged interest of more than 74 per cent on a £12million loan from the Candys.