Bryan Ferry's son convicted of driving offence
Bryan Ferry's son Otis is in trouble with the law again after he was convicted of a motoring offence stemming from his arrest on suspicion of drink-driving.
Otis Ferry was detained by police after his car was pulled over in London and he failed a roadside breathalyser before later allegedly refusing to take a second breath test to determine whether he had been drinking.
The case went to court in the capital on Friday and Ferry was found guilty of failing to provide a breath sample.
Ferry was not present at West London Magistrates' Court to hear the verdict and he will be sentenced at a later date. He faces a fine and a year-long driving ban.
The 29 year old was previously jailed in 2008 after he was accused of attempting to discredit a witness during a robbery and assault case.
He spent four months in custody before the charges against him were dropped.