Former Page 3 girl, 52, who once dated comic Jim Davidson cleared of running over husband in Range Rover… – The Sun

A FORMER Page 3 girl who once dated comic Jim Davidson has been cleared of running over her husband in her Range Rover.
Deborah Corrigan, 52, was accused of ramming into Adrian Nickisson and leaving him with a back injury.
Magistrates heard she had arrived home on July 8 with the couple’s two children to find her husband of 18 years was not there.
She then went to stables nearby to confront Mr Nickisson, 50, where he claims she drove the car into him during an argument. 
Corrigan, from Disley, Cheshire, had pleaded not guilty to ABH and dangerous driving charges.
She was cleared of both following a one-day trial on Wednesday at Crewe magistrates’ court.
She was a glamour model in the 1990s and later went out with Jim Davidson after the pair met on the set of The Generation Game.
The couple were together for three years, during which time she appeared in the comic’s X-rated pantomime Sinderella.
It is understood Corrigan and Mr Nickisson are no longer together.
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