DANNIELLA Westbrook was seen crying in the street after leaving police precinct after paying a £3,000 fine for stealing petrol.
The former EastEnders actress, 49, was arrested by Spanish police in 2018 and held for four hours – and interrogated again last week when she arrived in the country for a holiday.
In 2018 she was convicted of fraud after failing to pay for £37 (£32.90) worth of petrol at a motorway service station, but Danniella never paid the £30 fine.
This led to fears the fine could have escalated to as much as £3,500.
And now Danniella has been spotted with his head in his hands after visiting the Spanish police station, where they were fined, escalating to a much larger sum.
Danniella looked very dejected as she lay on the sidewalk with her back to the wall.
The mother-of-two wore a summery dress and sandals after the driving offense drama and held her vibrant blonde locks in her hands.
Danniella was also pictured exiting the building looking unimpressed while holding on to a designerPurse.
The star recently opened up and opened up about the ordeal The mirror: “I landed in Ibiza and everyone went through passport control, and when I put my passport in [said] “Stop, wait for help,” so I figured something was wrong with my passport or whatever – those electronic things are always junk.
“Anyway, the guy came over and said, ‘Wait there.’ Then the door opened and about six police officers came out and said to me, ‘We need to talk to you’.”
Danniella says she was taken to a recreation room where they discussed the pending offense with her.
She says she was afraid of being locked up – after being held by police for 14 hours in 2018.
She explained: “They said they had details for a denuncia, which amounts to an open criminal offensewhat has not been dealt with.
“I said, ‘Yeah, I know exactly what it is, and I’ve been trying to get the details from the judge and stuff for the last five years’ — or whatever it was.”
She says she hired a lawyer to investigate but had trouble solving the issue.
Danniella said she was asked to fill out forms – and told she had to go to court.
She explained, “He said, ‘Is it ideally possible for you to go to court on Monday or Tuesday?’ So I said, “Yeah, no problem, I can go to court if I go from here to where I’m going back.”‘.
“I wanted to go to Alicante because I wanted to visit my cousin from Ibiza. In Ibiza they couldn’t take care of it because it wasn’t close to where it happened. So they practically summoned me to court to try and get it sorted out.”