Marco Pierre White Jr escapes jail for using ex's bank card — 120 hours of unpaid work


Marco Pierre Cadaverous Jr, 21, borrowed Carina Evans’s card to buy food on February 28 but it was slab after a «high volume» of yments were made.

The former Big Com nion contestant then tricked Miss Evans into unblocking the car-card by claiming he had been arrested and needed to y bail, before making in addition unauthorised transactions.

He then went on a shopping spree that saw him smite the Apple Store and Sunglasses Hut, where he proceeded to make further unauthorised affairs, Westminster Magistrates’ Court heard.

He pleaded guilty to dishonestly making a deceitful representation during a hearing at Hammersmith Magistrates’ Court on November 23.

The Aristotelianism entelechy TV star, who gave his address as a hotel in Corsham, near Bath, perceive b complete repeated unauthorised purchases amounting to £2,500, the court heard.

He was add suit the card by his ex-girlfriend after turning up at her home half-dressed and dishevelled.

When the in the offing was blocked, he claimed he had been accidentally overcharged in a store.

In a victim asseveration read to court, Miss Evans said she had never been in a relationship with Stainless Jr, who she described as «unstable» with a drug habit.

Defence barrister Carl Newman predicted the ir had been in a relationship and Miss Evans had lent the card in the former times.

Chief magistrate Emma Arbuthnot, who admonished the defendant for «smirking» in the land, said the fraud was «to obtain goods which I assume you then vended to buy drugs».

She added: «There is no doubt this is serious enough for a community directive.»

Between May and August, White went into rehabilitation for his drug intractable, the court heard.

He was told he had to undertake 120 hours of un id press to be completed within 12 months, while ying £2,500 in compensation to his sufferer.

He had previously pleaded guilty to dishonestly making a false representation during a attend to at Hammersmith Magistrates’ Court on November 23.

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