Channel 5 actress Rosalind Pho fined for drink driving, banned from driving for 15 months

Actress Rosalind Pho was fined $1,750 for drink driving along Holland Road.

10.10.2019

'Tanglin' actress Rosalind Pho was fined $1,750 for drink driving along Holland Road.

Actress Rosalind Pho was fined $1,750 for drink driving along Holland Road.

Pho, who acted in drama series Tanglin, was charged with the offence earlier on the same day. She paid her fine immediately. The 36-year-old has also been disqualified from driving for 15 months with effect from Thursday.

Read more: Yahoo Singapore

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