Ant McPartlin has been released under investigation by police after his arrest on suspicion of drink-driving, the Mirror has learned. Metropolitan Police confirmed this morning that the ITV presenter has been allowed to leave the station where he was being held for questioning after his car was involved in a collision with two other vehicles. Ant, 42, was arrested at 4pm on Sunday having failed a breathalyster test at the roadside following the crash.
Ant McPartlin has been seen for the first time since his arrest on suspicion of drink-driving. The ITV star, who was arrested at 4pm on Sunday after his black Mini was involved in a collision with two other vehicles, was released in the early hours of Monday morning from a south London police station. He was spotted arriving back home at his London property, being dropped off in an enormous black SUV. It was not thought he was driving the vehicle.
Cops have released Ant McPartlin under investigation following his arrest on suspicion of drink-driving. It was confirmed this morning by Metropolitan Police that the TV presenter has been allowed to leave the south London station where he was being held, our sister title the Mirror has learned. The 42-year-old was being questioned after his car was involved in a collision with two other vehicles.
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