British Actress Honeysuckle Weeks Has Been Ordered To Obey A Night-time Curfew Over A Series Of Driving Offences.
The Foyle's War star pleaded guilty to speeding and driving while disqualified at a hearing at Wimbledon Magistrates Court in London last month (Jan16), and she has been fitted with an electronic tag to ensure she sticks to an agreement to stay at home between the hours of 9pm and 7am for four weeks.
Weeks, who plays the driver of a police detective in the TV drama, was convicted following an incident in August (15) when police stopped the 36 year old's car on suspicion of speeding, and the actress was found to have been previously disqualified from driving.
As well as the curfew, Weeks, who previously dated movie star Hugh Grant, was fined a total of $570 (£395) including costs and has been disqualified from driving for a further four months.
British actress Honeysuckle Weeks is relieved her fling with lothario HUGH GRANT fizzled out, because she knew he couldn't be trusted.
Weeks claims she had a steamy affair with the Two Weeks Notice actor - whose romantic conquests have been well documented since his high-profile split with Elizabeth Hurley in 2000 - but refused to entertain the idea of sharing her future with hunky Grant, because she was convinced he'd soon be in the arms of another woman.
She says, "He was charming, funny and sharp, not the bumbling idiot of his films.
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