Published: Вт, Апреля 17, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

Ant McPartlin gets £86000 drink-driving fine

Ant McPartlin gets £86000 drink-driving fine

Behind her, a auto bumped into another which was stationary in front, which then proceeded to crash into a van.

McPartlin encountered a large crowd of photographers and reporters as he walked up the steps at the main court entrance, which was guarded by seven police officers.

In a statement read by Ms Sinnett-Jones, he said: "Myself and my family were in deep shock as we believed we could have died as as a result of Mr McPartlin's reckless driving".

He said: "High standards are expected of me, I expect them of myself".

He spoke to confirm his name, date of birth, address and nationality before pleading guilty to a single charge of drink-driving.

Faheem Vanoo, the driver of the green Mini, said he feared his wife and daughter could have died if he hadn't taken evasive action.

The court heard McPartlin had 75 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millitres of breath.

A court sketch of Ant behind the glass-fronted dock at Wimbledon Magistrates Court.

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The court heard Ant's mother, Christine Woodhall, was in the vehicle at the time he crashed.

The presenter, who has been in rehab since the crash, released a statement to media outlets outside court. He collided with a green Mini coming the other way and then swerved into the path of a BMW, smashing into it head-on.

'An evidential breath test failed and two samples at Kingston Police station gave a lowest reading of 75mcg of breath per 100ml'.

She continued: 'I moved to the left to avoid a serious head-on collision.

'My wife's face hit the auto seat causing injury to her face.

At this point, Freeman was interrupted by the crash but - clearly a professional - she carried on, adding: "Excuse me, sorry, it's just some cars have had a bit of a crash behind us there".

Ant pleaded guilty to drink driving, and was fined £86,000 and given a 20-month ban.

A minor auto accident took place this afternoon, as media gathered for Ant McPartlin's appearance at Wimbledon Magistrate's Court. The previous record was £54,000, given to the Manchester City footballer Yaya Touré in 2016.

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