Alan Carr's husband 'reversed into police car & narrowly missed woman'

Alan Carr’s husband Paul Drayton, 50, ‘reversed into police car and narrowly missed mother pushing pram while four times over drink-drive limit’, la corte ascolta

  • Mr Drayton accused of drink-driving charge in Horsham, West Sussex last month
  • Court told his Mitsubishi 4×4 was ‘swerving from one side of road to the other
  • Mr Drayton denies being behind the wheel and claims breathalyser was faulty
  • Alan Carr‘s husband drunkenly reversed into a police car, narrowly missing a mother pushing a pram, un tribunale sentito.

    Paul Drayton is accused of being four times over the drink-drive limit when he nearly struck the woman in his Mitsubishi 4×4 in West Sussex last month.

    Nana Akua si sta proteggendo tagliando fuori i non vaccinati, who has been married to the TV comic since 2018, denies the charge, claiming he wasn’t behind the wheel during the near-miss, riferisce il Sole.

    Il marito di Alan Carr, Paul Drayton (giusto) drunkenly reversed into a police car, narrowly missing a mother pushing a pram, un tribunale sentito

    Alan Carr’s husband Paul Drayton (giusto) drunkenly reversed into a police car, narrowly missing a mother pushing a pram, un tribunale sentito

    Mr Drayton (giusto) is accused of being four times over the drink-drive limit when he nearly struck the woman in his Mitsubishi 4x4 in West Sussex last month

    Mr Drayton (giusto) is accused of being four times over the drink-drive limit when he nearly struck the woman in his Mitsubishi 4×4 in West Sussex last month

    The alleged incident took place in Broadbridge Heath, Horsham, around three miles from where he and Mr Carr live in a £2.7 million home

    The alleged incident took place in Broadbridge Heath, Horsham, around three miles from where he and Mr Carr live in a £2.7 million home

    Crawley magistratescourt heard the vehicle was seen ‘swerving from one side of the road to the other’.

    The alleged incident took place in Broadbridge Heath, Horsham, around three miles from where he and Mr Carr live in a £2.7 million home.

    Drayton is charged with driving with 153mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breathwell over the limit of 35mcgthough he also claims the breathalyser machine was not working properly.

    Secondo il Sole, prosecutor David Holman told the court: “The officer says there was a strong smell of intoxicating liquor.

    ‘The driver was then unsteady on his feet and lacked co-ordination.

    His speech was slurred and his eyes were glazed.”

    The case was adjourned until November 23, when it will then be heard at Brighton magistrates’ Tribunale.