Sir Alex Ferguson’s former daughter-in-law Nadine Ferguson has been charged with drug-driving after an incident last year.
The 38-year-old was allegedly found to have cocaine in her system when pulled over by cops, and is facing six months in jail plus a £5000 fine, according to the Sun.
This is not Nadine’s first trouble on the road, with the former partner of Sir Alex’s son Darren also being involved in a horrific crash with her son back in 2009.
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Both thankfully recovered at the time despite their injuries, but Nadine looks in real trouble now after this latest controversy.
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This also follows claims in 2012 that she failed to pass on as much as £15,000 in charity funds to the hospital that cared for her son.
Nadine split from Ferguson in 2007, with the former Peterborough United manager fined £1,500 for attacking his ex outside their home.