TV presenter Ant fined and banned from driving

TV presenter Ant fined and banned from driving

The 42-year-old was fined £86,000 after pleading guilty to drink driving and banned from the road for 20 months.

A large group of photographers and TV crews gathered outside the building.

Alison was part of the media circus waiting for Ant to deliver a statement after his hearing, in which he pleaded guilty to driving with 75 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit in the United Kingdom is 35mg per 100ml of breath.

One of the cars was hit from behind, and as the traffic moved off, the front of a blue vehicle could be seen damaged.

A nine-year-old boy in the back of the auto hit by McPartlin screamed: "I am dying mummy, I am dying".

"I saw he was physically fine with no major injuries, but in shock", the statement said.

"This incident happened, sadly, when it seems you suffered a brief relapse".

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The boy's mother told police she was "horrified someone could have driven so dangerously".

"I genuinely believed the driver of the black Mini had died because I saw no movement". Referring to reports that McPartlin entered rehab after being charged, Walker said the Bafta-winning entertainer had been seeking treatment for alcohol- and emotional-related issues at the time of the incident.

The rather unfortunate moment occurred as media waited outside Wimbledon Magistrates' Court for the presenter to make a statement, after he pleaded guilty to being under the influence when he crashed his auto last month. "I think it will have quite an impact on you to know that you are no longer a man of good character but you carry a [criminal] record", she said.

"I accept full culpability for this and wish to apologise to all those concerned".

The TV star and This Morning presenter took to Instagram to share her exciting news, uploading a black and white image of herself alongside her new venture's name - Truly.

The act happened during the April 14 (Saturday) show and was so heart-wrenching, that hosts Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly pressed their "golden buzzers" to send him straight to the live shows.

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