Loui Fish held for drunken driving

2010-09-08 09:07
Johannesburg - Television presenter Loui Fish, who is the ex-wife of former Bafana player Mark Fish, was arrested for drunken driving in Sandton, Johannesburg, Beeld reported on Wednesday.

The former model was arrested around 19:00 on Monday evening and was released on R1 000 bail.

Police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Eugene Opperman confirmed the incident.

Her case was postponed until September 7 next year.

Opperman said this was because of the long time it takes for the police to get back the results of blood tests.

Fish was married to the soccer star for nine years before they divorced.

She is currently a co-host on a KykNET gossip show about local celebrities.

- SAPA
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