GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich supermodel Stephanie Seymour will have drunken driving charges dropped if she completes an alcohol education program, according to multiple reports.
Seymour, 47, was charged after she crashed her Land Rover into a utility pole near her home, drove off and later backed into a white Mercedes Benz on the ramp for Exit 5 off I-95 on Jan. 15, Connecticut Post reported.
At the I-95 accident scene, the state trooper noticed damage to her vehicle that probably was caused by running into a tree or telephone pole, the Post said. The damaged pole was discovered about an hour later, the Post said, and Seymour was linked to that crash by the debris from her damaged Land Rover.
Seymour appeared in Superior Court in Stamford on Tuesday and is scheduled to return on April 4, Connecticut Post reported.
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