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‘Saturday Night Takeaway’ Cancelled As Ant McPartlin Goes Back Into Rehab

Stewart Perrie LADBIBLE

Ant McPartlin is heading back to get treatment after he was arrested on suspicion of drink driving and crashing his car.

The Saturday Night Takeaway star was heading back from a dog walk with his mum on Sunday afternoon when he lost control of his car at a roundabout in south west London.

Forty-two-year-old McPartlin was arrested at the scene of the incident after failing a roadside breathalyser test at around 4pm.

Amy Cassie, 23, who helped McParlin’s mum get the dog out of the car, said: “Ant seemed furious after crashing the car and was shouting at his mum who was also in the car. She was trying to get him to calm down.”

The BAFTA award winning presenter went to rehab last year after admitting he was addicted to prescription painkillers and alcohol. He was prescribed the medication following knee surgery in 2015.

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