John Terry's father charged for supplying cocaine

 
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London, Apr 10 (ANI): Chelsea skipper John Terry's father has been charged with cocaine dealing, after he was allegedly caught on camera by an undercover newspaper reporter last November.

Ted Terry, 55, allegedly supplied three grams of the Class A drug after saying: "The stuff's all right. I get off on it."

Essex Police launched an investigation after being handed a video, which led to Ted's arrest. t is alleged the deal took place in the toilets of the Unit 4 wine bar in Chafford Hundred - yards from Ted's modern terraced home.

"We can confirm a 55-year-old man from Chafford Hundred has been charged with the supply of cocaine, which is a Class A drug. He has been bailed to appear before Basildon Magistrates' Court on May 13," The Sun quoted Essex Police, as saying.

Jobless Ted was said to have bragged how his 29-year-old son had given him a 15,000-pound Rolex.

The newspaper claimed Ted asked the journalist, posing as a chauffeur, not to tell his boss about his links to the 160,000 pound- a-week Chelsea superstar. (ANI)

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