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Singer George Michael, who has had his fair share of run-ins with the law, has been arrested once again -- this time, for crashing his car into a storefront. The singer, 47, was arrested on Sunday, according to MTV, after police watched closed-circuit TV footage of his Range Rover hopping the curb and into the front of a London area store called Snappy Snaps. The incident reportedly took place around 3:30 a.m., and the former Wham! frontman was soon taken to a north London police station.
While no reports indicate yet whether or not Michael had been drinking, a spokesperson says the person in question (Michael) had been deemed "unfit to drive."
Michael has since posted bail, and is expected to appear in court in August. It's all bad news for the "Faith" singer who got his license back after it was revoked for two years back in 2007 on charges of driving while unfit due to drugs. (In that particular incident, he was accused of smashing into three parked cars and driving off without alerting the cars' owners.)
This arrest marks the seventh drug-related incident for the singer. In 2006, he was found slumped over behind the wheel of his car, inside which controlled substances were found. Months later, Michael was found in the exact same circumstance, and was taken to a local hospital and charged with possession of marijuana.
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