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George Clooney’s sister-in-law, have been convicted of drink-driving in Singapore

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George Clooney’s sister-in-law is about to serve a prison sentence for drink-driving.

Tala Alamuddin, Le Tallec, the older sister of a human rights lawyer, Amal Clooney, pleaded guilty on Monday to charges that, under the driving under the influence, and driving without insurance, according to the Straits Times in Singapore. The fashion designer was given three weeks in prison for her transgressions.

Le Tallec, a native of Singapore, has received a $6.400 fine and had her driver’s license revoked for four years. The 47-year-old frenchman, had almost three times the legal amount of alcohol in her system at the time of arrests.

George Clooney and Amal Clooney arrive at the Los Angeles premiere of “Catch-22” at TCL Chinese Theatre on Tuesday, May 7, 2019. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

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According to the Straits Times that the arrest took place at a road block of police at about 2:30 a.m., At stopping, and Le Tallec had a hard time with locating the parking brake, and temporarily step on the gas pedal, as if she was looking for her driver’s license.

“The test, it turned out that they had 95 micrograms (mcg) of alcohol in 100ml of breath, nearly three times the prescribed limit of 35mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath,” the paper reported.

The paper is also to be noted that Le Tallac has a history of driving offences.

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Le Tallec was left out of use for two years after a drunken driving conviction in 2013. In addition, Le Tallec, was charged with “careless driving in 2010, and is ill-advised to drive into 2004.”

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Le Tallec’s lawyer, Shashi Nathan, said that she was “truly remorseful” and had made a terrible mistake.

Le Tallec is currently the owner of a Total of Tala, a clothing line, which she started after working as an event planner.

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