Love Island star Jack Fincham hit with driving ban for smashing BMW into traffic island after cocaine binge | The Sun

LOVE Island star Jack Fincham has been hit with a driving ban for smashing his BMW into a traffic island after a cocaine binge.

The reality star, 31, was spotted by a woman in a car behind him on Old Bexley Lane, Kent, driving on the wrong side of the road.

Fincham — who won the ITV show's 2018 series with Dani Dyer, 27 — was also seen clipping a kerb and speeding along the street in Bexley, KentOnline reported.

He was driving his blue BMW as the witness made a call to police, before he pulled over in a lane nearby.

Fincham admitted to officers he had taken the class A drug two nights before and was arrested on suspicion of drug-driving.

He initially refused to give a sample, but was later found to be over the limit for cocaine and benzoylecgonine, a cocaine by-product.

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The dad of one was charged with two counts of drug-driving after the incident on March 18.

He admitted to both offences at Medway Magistrates' Court today.

Fincham was slapped with a 36-month driving ban and ordered to complete 60 hours of unpaid community work.

Jack was previously arrested for allegedly drug-driving and having false plates on his car.

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He was also convicted of drink-driving in March 2014.

In 2019 he admitted caving in to temptation after regularly being offered drugs in the wake of his TV triumph.

He snorted cocaine at a hotel in Maidstone, Kent, in the early hours of the morning and put it down to a "terrible, terrible error".

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