Trevor Sinclair summonsed to court docket on costs together with assaulting a police officer and drink-driving
Trevor Sinclair has been summonsed to court docket on costs together with assaulting a police officer and drink-driving.
The BBC pundit and former England midfielder additionally stands accused of legal injury and disorderly conduct in a police station, a racially aggravated public order offence and failing to offer a specimen for evaluation.
The 44-year-old is because of seem at Blackpool Magistrates’ Court on December 19.
Sinclair was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving, widespread assault and legal injury on November 12 after his automobile was concerned a minor collision with a feminine pedestrian close to his house in Lytham.
Police mentioned that they had already been referred to as to a disturbance at an tackle which the motive force and automobile had left.
Once situated, Sinclair was detained earlier than being arrested once more for assaulting a police officer.
Lancashire Police mentioned he would “face no further action” in relation to his preliminary arrest on suspicion of widespread assault and legal injury.
Sinclair, who was born in London and grew up in Manchester, gained 12 caps for England, together with enjoying 4 instances on the 2002 World Cup.
His golf equipment included Manchester City, Queens Park Rangers, West Ham United, Cardiff City and Blackpool.
It is known he at present has no scheduled appearances on the BBC, for whom he has labored lately on the likes of Match of the Day and Football Focus.