It was just over three weeks ago that Olesen, who has five European Tour victories on the track record, was arrested by British police at Heathrow in London after a flight from Memphis.
According to several media, the golfer was intoxicated and behaved inappropriately. Olesen is said to have harassed a sleeping woman sexually, urinated between the seats and committed violent resistance.
But the golf star himself denies the accusations. When he appeared in court for the first time in London on Wednesday, he dismissed the three offenses he faces charges of.
He will appear in court again in London on September 18, but has until then been suspended from all games on the European Tour in connection with the legal process.