Ian Brown Driving Ban

November 21, 2011 by staff 

Ian Brown Driving Ban, Ian Brown will be banned from driving this week after again pleading guilty to a speeding charge, a month after he appeared in court for a similar offence. Ian Brown is to be banned from driving after being caught speeding again.

The Stone Roses frontman – who kept his license last month when he appeared in court on similar charges – did not appear in Stoke Magistrates Court on Thursday (17.11.11) to plead guilty to driving 93mph in a 40mph zone on the M6 near Stafford in his Lexus after being caught by a speed trap on October 12 last year.

Judge David Taylor – who was angered by the rocker for changing his plea to guilty at the last minute – warned: “This will lead to disqualification.”

Ian will be sentenced on Thursday (24.11.11).

Last month, the 48-year-old star’s lawyer Nick Freeman argued his client needed to keep his vehicle in order to attend rehearsals with the newly-reunited group, which he said were taking place at a “remote secret location”.

The lawyer also stated a ban would have caused the ‘I Am the Resurrection’ hitmaker “insurmountable” difficulties and would interfere with him seeing his 11-year-old son, who lives in London with his mother.

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