London Lite Friday, 6 November 2009 Linfords niece is forced to hand back her beauty crown after fight Homepricesup 1,300aday MISS England has had to hand back her crown after an alleged nightclub brawl. Rachel Christie, niece of Olympic sprinter linford Christie, has been accused of punching fellow beauty queen Sara Beverley Jones in the face in a row over Miss Christies boyfriend. Miss Christie, 21, who has been withdrawn from next months Miss World contest in South africa, is also a heptathlete who hopes to win a gold medal at the 2012 Olympics. The women reportedly got into a fight in a Manchester club after Miss Jones, 24, allegedly showed Miss Christie, from Kensington, a provocative message she claimed was from Miss Christies boyfriend -- television gladiator david McIntosh. Former marine Mr McIntosh, 23, stars as Tornado in the Sky1 series gladiators and used to date Miss Jones, who is the reigning Miss Manchester. It is claimed that after seeing the message, Miss Christie hit Miss Jones several times in the Mansion club. The attack is alleged to have happened during a porn-themed party in the early hours of Monday, where Miss Christie was dressed as an angel, and Miss Jones was dressed as a cavewoman. Miss Christies spokesman said: She is really devastated by what has been alleged but we are fully supporting her. Following the alleged alterca- tion, Miss Jones was treated in hospital for minor injuries. Miss Christie, who is the first black woman to be crowned Miss England, was arrested on suspi- cion of assault and has been bailed until January. by Kevin widdop Belle of the brawl: Rachel Christie and Tornado ADVERTISEMENT Fox in the jungle as Sam joins up SAMANTHA FOX has signed up for Im A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! The former topless model, 43, is heading off to the Australian jungle for a reported 60,000 fee. She is the second signing after ex- snooker champ Jimmy White, 47. Zara loses RBS sponsorship ZARA PHIllIPS has lost her 90,000-a-year sponsorship deal with the Royal Bank of Scotland. The Queens granddaughter, 28, former world three-day eventing champion, has been a brand ambassador at sporting events. home prices in Chelsea, Kensington and Notting hill are surging by more than 1,300 a day in an extraordinary autumn revival fuelled by hopes of bumper City bonuses. Across central London prices rose by 2.1 per cent in october, the fastest monthly rise since the peak of the last boom in July 2007, says research from agents Knight Frank. It said: The central London housing market has experienced an extraordinary period in recent weeks.