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Alan Carr’s husband, Paul Drayton, said there was a “chance” he would be jailed for a drink-driving accident – archyde

Alan Carr’s husband, Paul Drayton, has been warned to “prepare for prison” after admitting drinking and driving prior to his car accident.

The 50-year-old appeared in court on Tuesday morning, November 23, almost three weeks after he last appeared in court.

The star attended the hearing with his 45-year-old comedian husband Alan by his side and admitted to driving back into a police car drunk.

Drayton was over four times the legal limit when he was stopped by police in Horsham, East Sussex.

Alan Carr’s husband, Paul Drayton, was told to “prepare for jail” after a drink-driving accident
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He was driving a Mitsubishi 4X4 vehicle at the time he was stopped.

Drayton had been seen sliding down the street when the police stopped him, but the Star then crashed into the police vehicle that was parked behind him.

District Judge Amanda Kelly told the star there is an “overwhelming chance” he will be convicted behind bars for his actions, it reported Evening standard.

“I am saying very clearly that the chances of you going to jail are overwhelming,” was told the Brighton Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday 23 November.

Alan and Paul got married in 2018
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“You have endangered the public by driving around like that.”

The judge then added that Drayton was incredibly lucky that he survived his actions and did not harm anyone.

“It is an absolute miracle that you are here today,” she said. “And that you didn’t kill or maim members of the public.”

OK! has requested comment from a representative of Paul Drayton and Alan Carr.

Alan Carr’s husband, Paul Drayton, appeared in court on Tuesday, November 23rd
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Earlier this month, Crawley Magistrates’ Court heard that Drayton was “moving from one side of the street to the other” during the incident.

Drayton was charged last month with driving 153 mcg of alcohol in 100 ml of breath against a legal limit of 35 mcg.

The judge adjourned the case for a presentation report, adding, “Prepare for jail time.”

Drayton was about three miles from his swanky £ 2.7 million house that he shares with husband Alan when he was pulled over.

The incident occurred on Saturday, October 9th, around 3 p.m.

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