TV presenter Ant McPartlin has been charged with driving while intoxicated, the Metropolitan Police confirmed.
It follows his arrest after a collision on Sunday with the participation of three vehicles in the south-west of London, where minor injuries were recorded.
Mr McPartlin attended Kingston police station on Wednesday, where he was interviewed under caution.
The presenter will appear at Wimbledon Magistrates ‘ Court on 4 April.
The TV star could face up to six months in prison, a fine and a driving ban of a year, if he is found guilty.
The police said that a man of 42 years of age, the man was arrested at the scene of the incident after failing a road test of iid.
Mr McPartlin’s publicist later confirmed the presenter would be taking time out of his TV commitments “for the foreseeable future” and would continue the treatment.
He entered rehab in June of 2017, after developing an addiction to prescription painkillers after a knee operation in the year 2015. He later said he was “overwhelmed” by the support of the public.
Meanwhile, ITV confirmed on Wednesday that Declan Donnelly present the Saturday Night to Bring in your own for the rest of the series.
This Saturday, the series was canceled after the Lord McPartlin’s arrest, but the following two episodes, which will air on the 31st of March and 7th of April, is now presented in solo by Donnelly.
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