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Police will not press charges against George Michael over car fall

By | Published on Friday 7 June 2013

George Michael

Hertfordshire Police will not press charges against George Michael following an incident on the M1 motorway last month in which he fell out of a moving car, a spokesperson told the BBC yesterday. The singer could have been prosecuted for not wearing a seatbelt.

As previously reported, Michael was seen falling out of a car in which he was travelling as a passenger at around 70 miles per hour on the M1. The exact circumstances behind the accident are still unknown. He was kept in hospital for nearly two weeks to monitor head injuries sustained in the fall, but was discharged before the end of May.


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