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Katie Price denies being twice legal limit in drink-driving charge

Katie Price denies being twice legal limit in drink-driving charge

Katie Price has denied being almost twice the legal alcohol limit while legally in charge of a pink Range Rover. The 40-year-old former model, of Horsham, Surrey, who is accused of being drunk in charge of a motor vehicle on 10 October last year, appeared at Bromley magistrates court on Monday. Police found Price in…

Katie Price has denied being almost twice the legal alcohol limit while legally in charge of a pink Range Rover.

The 40-year-old former model, of Horsham, Surrey, who is accused of being drunk in charge of a motor vehicle on 10 October last year, appeared at Bromley magistrates court on Monday.

Police found Price in charge of the stationary vehicle at 1.40am at Shooter’s Hill in Greenwich, south-east London, the court heard.

It is alleged Price had 69 micrograms of alcohol per 100 millilitres of breath. The legal limit is 35 micrograms.

Price spoke only to deny the charge and give her name, address and date of birth.

The Metropolitan police said she had been charged by postal requisition on 10 December, following her arrest in Woolwich, south-east London, in October.

Police at the time said officers had come across a car, showing signs of damage, stationary at the roadside.

Price was bailed to attend Bexley magistrates court on 25 February when her trial will start.

She thanked the district judge, Nigel Dean, before leaving the courtroom.

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