STAMFORD, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut judge is set to decide whether supermodel Stephanie Seymour can enter a program that could lead to the dismissal of a drunken driving charge.
The former Victoria's Secret and Sports Illustrated model is due back in Stamford Superior Court on Monday.
A judge is expected to rule on whether Seymour can enter the state's alcohol education program, which includes several weeks of classes or treatment and can lead to charges being dropped.
Police say the 47-year-old Seymour backed her SUV into another car on a highway exit ramp in her hometown of Greenwich in January. She's also charged with crashing into a utility pole and leaving the scene in another accident the same day.
Seymour's attorney has said he's confident Seymour wouldn't be charged with driving drunk again.