Supermodel Stephanie Seymour, who is already accused of driving under the influence in a Greenwich, Connecticut, crash last month, is facing separate charges for a second crash on the same night.
According to People magazine, state police filed charges against Seymour after she allegedly backed up her black Land Rover into another vehicle at a stop sign on Jan. 15.
Subsequently, police connected Seymour's SUV to damaged utility pole at a second site. Police announced on Monday that she was being charged with leaving the scene of the incident.
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When arrested on Jan. 15, Seymour's eyes were reportedly bloodshot, she was "unsteady on her feet" and her breath smelled like alcohol. Refusing a field sobriety test, the 47-year-old former supermodel was taken into custody.
Damage was noted on the front of Seymour's Land Rover from a prior crash, according to Greenwich police and an hour later the utility pole was found with extensive damage near her home in Stamford.
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The investigation revealed that a black Land Rover was involved in the incident with the pole near Seymour's home and damage was consistent with the damage to Seymour's car, according to a news release from Bridgeport police.
Seymour is scheduled to appear in Stamford Superior Court on Feb. 2 on the state police charges and on Feb. 7 for the charges Greenwich Police filed.
According to CBS News, Seymour asked to go to a rehabilitation center after being arrested for two drunk driving incidents last month during a court appearance on Tuesday.
Seymour is scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 7 to answer to the charges against her, which include evading responsibility and failure to drive in a proper lane.