24 Monday, 14 September 2009 London Lite Cops chase driver who wasarmless 100mphpursuitends in smash X Factor Danyl boss faces trial COLIN FARRELL lost his cool with a photographer who shouted at his sister to move out of the way. The Irish star was in Toronto, for the premiere of his new film Triage when sister Claudine, who is also his personal assistant, was asked to leave the red carpet so the paparazzi had a clear shot of her brother. Farrell, 33, took offence and grabbed London-based photographer Joe Alvarez by his neck, shouting: Do not ever speak to my sister like that. Mr Alvarez defended his action: I was just saying, please can everyone clear the carpet. He took it personal. THE ex-manager of X Factor favourite Danyl Johnson faces trial accused of fleecing investors of millions of pounds. Andrew Papadopoulos, 40, managed Johnson, 27, in a boy band called Upfrunt. Papadopoulos bankrolled the band, but the group folded without releasing a record after his finances were fozen by the FSA. He will appear at Southwark Crown Court next month on 38 financial offences. He has not entered a plea. by mark blunden Angry confrontation: Farrell and the photographer go face-to-face last night Coxs tweet joy at pregnancy SARA COX has used her Twitter page to announce she is expecting her third child. The Radio 1 DJ, 34, wrote: How terribly modern of me to say this on Twitter! Wanna share with you just before I do it live on air: Im pregnant and over the moon. Black is the best movie teacher JACk BlACk has been named the best movie teacher for his role in The School Of Rock. He beat tough competition from Robin Williams in Dead Poets Society and Harrison Ford as archaeologist Indiana Jones to top the survey by lOVEFilm. A DrivEr with no arms led police on a 100mph chase through east London after a 175,000 jewellery store raid. John Smith, 18, whose limbs end below his elbows, was the designated driver for the robbery despite needing someone to change gears for him. He managed to drive the Ford Focus for 30 miles even though he was unable prop- erly to grip the steering wheel, as he and three friends fled from the raid on an Ernest Jones store in rainham, Essex. After a high-speed pursuit along the A2, the getaway car finally crashed on the approach to the Blackwall Tunnel, but Smith continued to drive the heavily damaged car until police used their own car to force it against a tunnel wall, Maidstone Crown Court heard. Smith, who cannot dress himself and lives with his mother in Holloway, admit- ted his part in the raid and was given a 12-month youth custody sentence, sus- pended for two years. The judge also had him tagged and put under a curfew. in mitigation, Lee Halliday-Davis said Smith had limited reading and writing skills. Because of his naivety he did not fully accept that by sitting in the car he was... involved in the burglary. Smith had waited in the car as three men used a claw hammer to smash a window at Ernest Jones at the Hempstead valley shopping centre just before 2am on 17 December last year. They stole jewellery worth 174,445. Tyrone Tassell, 21, from Walthamstow, was jailed for 32 months after admitting burglary. Sunni Sacco, 19, was sentenced to two years in a young offender institu- tion, while a 16-year-old boy from islington was given a two-year supervi- sion order and a six-month curfew. Visit carphonewarehouse.com/lgchocolate Watch this space... The LG New Chocolate BL40. Coming soon to The Carphone Warehouse. Sister fury: the actor grabs Alvarez by the neck Farrell grabs snapper over insult to his sister H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html