Ex-Norwich City star Cameron Jerome fined £800 for motoring offence
PUBLISHED: 18:16 19 March 2018 | UPDATED: 19:16 19 March 2018
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Former Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome has been ordered to pay more than £800 in fines and costs for failing to say who was behind the wheel of a Land Rover of which he was the registered owner.
Derby County player Jerome, 31, admitted failing to nominate who was driving the Land Rover, on Old Watton Road, Norwich, on March 24, last year, when contacted by police requesting information about the driver of the vehicle at the time of an alleged motoring offence.
Norwich Magistrates imposed a fine of £666 with £100 costs and a £66 victim surcharge. He also had six points on his licence.
Neil Carr appeared for the prosecution and Simon Nicholls for Jerome, who was not present for the hearing.
Jerome joined Norwich City in August 2014 for a fee rumoured to be around £1.5 million.
After 138 appearances in a three-and-half year stay at the club the former England U21 international signed for Derby County in January, this year for an undisclosed fee.
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