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John Terry's father charged with cocaine supply

Former England captain John Terry whose father Ted has been charged with dealing cocaine
Footballer John Terry's father is due before magistrates

The father of the Chelsea and former England captain, John Terry, has been charged with dealing cocaine.

Essex police said a 55-year-old man from Chafford Hundred is due before magistrates in Basildon on 13 May.

Ted Terry was questioned by police in February and released on bail. He was re-interviewed and charged with supply of a class A drug.

The maximum sentence for supply of a class A drug is life in prison or an unlimited fine or both.

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