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Amal's Shame! George Clooney’s Sister-In-Law Sentenced To Jail For Drunk Driving In Singapore

George Clooney’s Sister-In-Law Tala Sentenced To Jail For Drunk Driving Amal Looking Upset
Source: SWNS/MEGA

Oct. 16 2019, Published 8:19 p.m. ET

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George Clooney’s sister-in-law was sentenced to jail for drunk driving in Singapore.

Amal Clooney’s sister, Tala Alamuddin Le Tallac, pleaded guilty on Oct. 14 for drunk driving, using a car without a license and driving without insurance, the Straits Times in Singapore reported.

Le Tallac, 47, was sentenced to three weeks in jail, a fine of $6,400 and had her license revoked for four years after she is released from jail.

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She had almost three times the allowed amount of alcohol in her system at the time.

“The test found that she had 95 micrograms (mcg) of alcohol in 100 milliliters of breath - almost triple the prescribed limit of 35mcg of alcohol in 100ml of breath,” the paper reported.

On May 13, 2019 Amal's sister was driving her husband’s BMW X5 to a restaurant in Singapore and had two glasses of wine and a glass of champagne.

She was stopped at a roadblock at 2:30 AM on May 14.

Le Tallac apparently had difficulty finding the car’s handbrake, according to Staff Sergeant Alvin Lee and she smelled like alcohol and was unable to answer questions from the officer.

Amal’s sister stepped on the gas pedal when she was reaching for her purse at the checkpoint. She failed a breathalyzer test at the stop and was taken into custody.

This was Le Tallec’s second drunk driving conviction in Singapore, the paper reported. Her first offense was in 2013 and she lost her license for two years.

George Clooney’s rep did not immediately respond to Radar’s request for comment.

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