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Manchester United footballer Aaron Wan-Bissaka was banned from driving for six months and fined over £ 30,000.
The 24-year-old defender admitted to driving while he was disqualified and uninsured after police officers stopped him while he was driving his £ 170,000 Lamborghini Urus in Stockport, Greater Manchester, on June 23.
Before a scheduled trial, he also pleaded guilty to failing to provide driver details for two speeding offenses in Bradford, West Yorkshire, in September 2020.
Wan-Bissaka’s lawyers said the right-back was in a ‘state of complete ignorance’ of Yorkshire driving matters when notification letters were sent to his former home in Croydon, London.
The lack of response led to a six-month ban imposed in Leeds Magistrates Court in his absence on June 18, just five days before police stopped his Lamborghini Urus on the A34 after officers pulled him over, heard the Manchester Magistrates Court.
Today Wan-Bissaka, who lives with his partner and his 12-month-old son in Hale, Greater Manchester, was banned from driving for six months.
Disqualified and without insurance after he was stopped by police while driving his £170,000 Lamborghini Urus in Stockport
He also received a £ 30,000 fine for driving while disqualified, along with fines totaling £ 1,500 for failing to provide information on matters relating to speeding.
The footballer was also ordered to pay a surcharge to the victim of £ 190 and court costs of £ 160.
No separate penalty was issued for the insurance offense.
The court heard that Wan-Bissaka already had six points on his license from a conviction in London in April 2020.
Shaun Draycott, in defense, told Manchester Magistrates Court: “When stopped on the A34, he was courteous and respectful to the officers, and indicated to them that he had no idea that he was disqualified.”
He said Wan-Bissaka had been with his first club, Crystal Palace, since the age of 11 and that seven years later he enjoyed the services of an agent for the first time.
The lawyer said that the soccer agents not only took care of finances, but were responsible for all types of personal services for their client.
Draycott said arrangements were made for Wan-Bissaka’s agent to visit his former London home to ensure his affairs were properly handled following his transfer to Manchester United in 2019.
He explained that the property was being remodeled around the time the Yorkshire letters were sent and the address was subsequently released.
At Manchester Magistrates Court the footballer was also ordered to pay a victim surcharge fee of £190 and court costs of £160
Draycott said: “I think the renovation problem may have caused some difficulties. He felt that things had worked out and obviously not, and now he must pay the price for it.
He accepted that Wan-Bissaka also failed to notify the DVLA of his change of address in 2019.
In sentencing, District Judge Bernard Begley noted that at least ‘six or seven letters’ regarding speeding violations would have been sent to the Croydon address, but accepted that Wan-Bissaka was unaware that he had been disqualified. in June of this year.
Banning him from the road for six months from today, Judge Begley told the footballer: “ Under the circumstances it was prudent for you to delegate tasks in connection with the transfer of management from London to Manchester es a matter that will have to ponder. ” to the.’
Aaron Wan-Bissaka Quick and Facts
- Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been banned from the roads for six months and fined
- The footballer admitted to driving while disqualified and without insurance
- Was stopped by police while driving Lamborghini Urus in Stockport in June