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Model’s man back in court, but not back on the road

Samantha Harris
Samantha Harris

THE fiance of Tweed Heads model Samantha Harris was denied his licence after appealing against a suspension, a Sydney newspaper reported.

Luke William Hunt, from Brookvale, faced court a Sydney court on January 17.

Mr Hunt's defence claimed that the disqualified driver needed his licence to drive Miss Harris to and from events and airports.

Mr Hunt lost his licence after being involved in a crash in North Sydney in May last year.

A 73-year-old man died as a result of the crash.

Mr Hunt will face court on November 9 on charges in relation to the crash.

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