A 21-year-old man allegedly struck a man on the face with a knife and held a knife to his own partner’s throat, injuring them both.
Derek Alland, who appeared at Dundee Sheriff Court, is also accused of grabbing his partner Danielle McCallum by the hair.
He is further accused of hitting her face off the ground on a separate occasion.
Alland, who is a prisoner at Perth, will stand trial at Dundee Sheriff Court after denying six charges against him.
The first three offences allegedly took place on Sunday November 23 at South Tay Street.
Alland denies behaving in a threatening or abusive manner.
It is alleged that he acted aggressively by brandishing a knife, uttering threats of violence toward his partner Danielle McCallum, Graeme Grubb and Margaret McCallum.
He also denies having threatened to stab them.
Alland further denies assaulting Graeme Grubb by striking him on the face with a knife to his injury.
The alleged attack is said to have led to the permanent disfigurement of Mr Grubb.
Alland also denies assaulting his partner Danielle McCallum by grabbing her by the hair and proceeding to repeatedly headbutt her.
He is also said to have brandished a knife at her before holding the weapon against her throat and gesturing to slit her throat, to her injury. The final three offences allegedly took place on Tuesday November 25, at a property on Aboyne Avenue.
On this occasion, Alland denies behaving in a threatening or abusive manner by shouting, swearing and acting abusively within the property.
And he denies assaulting Danielle McCallum by grabbing her by the hair and throwing her to the ground, punching and headbutting her on the face.
Alland is also said to have grabbed her by the back of the head and struck her face against the ground, to Ms McCallum’s injury.
He further denies destroying or damaging the property of another by throwing items around the room and damaging a coffee table.
The trial is set to take place at Dundee Sheriff Court on October 12.