He and Ms Valance welcomed their second child in September, a sister to their three year old daughter Luka Violet Toni.
Mr Holyoake, whose company was also part of the action, said in a statement: 'We, the claimants, are in a state of disbelief that Mr Justice Nugee has not ruled in our favour and intend to seek an appeal with immediate urgency.'Anyone reading today's judgment will see that there are currently no winners here.'I stand by our allegations and maintain that my own actions were deployed in self protection and wholly justified in the circumstances.'The Candy brothers were awarded an interim payment of £5.7million towards their legal costs.
He won't just provide you with an apartment; he'll get you a table at The Ivy or invite you down to the Candy yacht.
The Candys don't just sell property and design, they sell a lifestyle - one they themselves now lead, The brothers denied his allegations and claim he has lied about the threats and menaces in a deliberate attempt to extort money from them.
But Mr Justice Nugee added that all three were 'willing to lie when they consider their commercial interests justify them doing so' and said: 'None of the protagonists emerge from the trial with great credit'.
Reading a summary from his lengthy written ruling, Mr Justice Nugee said: 'Mr Christian Candy, with the encouragement of his brother, told a series of deliberate lies to Mr Holyoake.'He added: 'The judgment finds however that none of Mr Holyoake's claims has been made out.'The Candy brothers and Mr Holyoake were all in court to hear the judge's decision.