An English international Footballer Jack Grealish; captain of English Premier League club has been banned from driving for nine-month after lockdown crash.
It was reported that he crashed his high-powered £80,000 Range Rover during March’s national coronavirus lockdown.
Jack who is 25-year-old was charged and sentenced at Birmingham Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday (December 15), after he had earlier pleaded guilty to two charges, including one linked to the incident in which his 4×4 hit two parked vehicles in Dickens Heath, Solihull, West Midlands.
Jack was also ordered to pay costs of £220 and a victim surcharge of £18. This takes the total in costs and fines to £82,900 – and all payable within seven days.
The winger will also have to apply for a new licence, once his ban ends.