Connecticut Court Drops Charges for Former Victoria’s Secret Supermodel
Charges regarding two drunken driving accidents, as well as leaving the scene of an accident, in Greenwich have been completely erased for a former Victoria’s Secret Supermodel.
Because 48-year-old, Stephanie Seymour, successfully completed a probation program specifically designed for first-time offenders, she didn’t appear yesterday in state Superior Court in Stamford.
Seymour was represented by her attorney, who accepted the dismissal of charges according to the Harford Courant They say the year-long program viewed Stephanie as any other student in the class, and gave her no preferential treatment. She also received counseling.
Connecticut State Police stated she backed her vehicle into a Mercedes Benz on the exit 5 off ramp of I95 on January 15th of 2016. Stepping out of her Land Rover, she refused sobriety tests. A short distance from her Greenwich home later in the night, according to the police on Stephanie Seymour's arrest affidavit, she broke a telephone pole and they found pieces of the Land Rover Evoque on the pole that matched up to her vehicle.