Bexleyheath resident Jack Fincham has been charged with driving beneath the affect of medicine, and has pleaded not responsible after showing in courtroom.
The Love Island star was stopped by police in his £35,000 Mercedes close to Swanley in January, and is accused of driving beneath the affect of cocaine and Valium.
Fincham, who received the 2018 collection of Love Island, capturing him to Actuality TV fame, appeared at Sevenoaks Magistrates Courtroom yesterday (July 19) charged after he was arrested earlier within the yr on suspicion of drug driving offences.
The 29-year-old reportedly pleaded not responsible, that means a trial will happen in December.
Fincham, 29, was allegedly discovered to have 239 micrograms of benzoylecgonine — a by-product of cocaine — in his blood.
Prosecutors additionally say the fact star was discovered to have 632 micrograms of diazepam in his system — the chemical title for sedative Valium.
A former pen salesmen rose to the highlight on the 2018 collection of Love Island, later wining the collection alongside Dani Dyer, the daughter of Danny Dyer.
Jack Fincham – PA Wire
Fincham appeared at Sevenoaks Magistrates’ Courtroom at this time the place he denied two counts of driving a motorized vehicle with a proportion of a specified managed drug above the desired restrict.
He gave the Chief Justice of the Peace a thumbs up as he was launched on unconditional bail to subsequent seem at Maidstone Magistrates’ Courtroom on December 9.
Defending, Connor Johnstone mentioned: “Mr Fincham denies any cocaine consumption.
Earlier, Fincham was pictured arriving on the courtroom at this time together with his stepdad Fraser McManus.
Prosecutor Pietro Matarazzo mentioned: “Police have stopped Mr Fincham. They’ve performed a roadside drug take a look at.
“They’ve analysed the swab which has come again with these readings.”
Again in October 2020, the Information Shopper reported that Mr Fincham was concerned in a collision with one other automotive outdoors a pub in Dartford.
One individual was taken to hospital although they weren’t considered critically injured, and Jack was left “devastated” as his new £35,000 Mercedes was written off.