GIRLS ALOUD'S SARAH HARDING ARRESTED FOR NOT STOPPING FOR POLICEMAN
Young ladies Aloud vocalist Sarah Harding could be prohibited from driving and confronts a powerful fine in the wake of being spotted talking on the telephone while driving and ending up unable to stop for a cop who waved to her
The Metro reports the vocalist was taken to Holborn police headquarters in midway London on Thursday after she carried on driving after an officer signalled for her to draw over.
A source told the Sunday Mirror: "Sarah was driving a 4x4 when a policeman on a bucycle saw her and attempted to make her stop.
"He was attempting to wave to her yet she carried on over the long haul where she was pulled over a few minutes after the fact.
"She was conversing with the police by the side of the street for a while before she was captured. Evidently Sarah was exceptionally vexed when she was captured and charged. The offences are pretty genuine."
Harding now confronts a greatest fine of £1,000 and losing her permit for talk on a cellular telephone while driving, and a further £5,000 fine for winding up unable to stop for a cop.
The 31-year-old is currently because of show up at Highbury Corner justices' court on April 16.