Carl Woods’ Mercedes was hit with a parking ticket on Wednesday after his fiancée Katie Price pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order against her ex-partner’s girlfriend.
Former glamour model Katie, 43, appeared at Lewes Crown Court on Wednesday 25 May, after she was charged with breaching a restraining order by contacting Michelle Penticost, the girlfriend of her ex-husband Kieran Hayler.
Yet it seems, Katie wasn’t the only one in trouble with the law on Wednesday as boyfriend Carl found himself the recipient of a parking ticket on his Mercedes G Wagon while he attended the plea hearing to support his girlfriend.
Upon leaving Lewes Crown Court, a fixed penalty notice could be seen tucked under the windshield of the vehicle, with Carl now required to cough up £50 to pay the fine.
He had been attending court with partner Katie as she entered a guilty plea for breaching a restraining order that prohibited her from contacting Michelle, despite having initially entered a not-guilty plea in April this year.
The case stems from an abusive tirade of messages that she sent to ex Kieran, that read: "Tell your c****** w***e, piece of s**t, girlfriend not to start on me.
"She has a restraining order so shouldn't try to antagonise me as she is in breach and I'm sure she doesn't want people knowing that she was having an affair with you behind my back. That gutter s**g.”
Although the message was directed to Kieran and not to Michelle, the reference of “Tell your” meant that Katie had breached a restraining order that was in place that stopped her from making contact with Michelle.
Had it not been for these two words, Katie’s legal team argued that the message in itself would not have breached the order.
They also cited a number of personal circumstances that had led to the star’s behaviour at the time, which the judge confirmed he would take into account when reviewing her sentencing.
Following today’s change of plea, Judge Stephen Mooney warned that despite her acknowledgement of her actions, Katie was "at risk of going to prison".
He said: "Clearly you have accepted responsibility for an offence."
“You have pleaded guilty and you are aware that you committed that offence while you were subject to a suspended sentence and you are at risk of going to prison.
“Your lawyer says there is a lot of information relating to the background of this offence and the offence which led to you receiving the suspended sentence.
“I will need to know about the relevant parts of the background.
“Be under no illusions, I am adjourning for a pre-sentence report but you do run the risk of receiving a custodial sentence.
She faces a maximum sentence of five years in jail when she returns for sentencing on June 24.
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