Outspoken Liberal Party federal vice president Teena McQueen has been charged with a string of traffic offences while driving her BMW convertible in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
The Sky News contributor, who has appeared on programs hosted by Peta Credlin, Andrew Bolt, Paul Murray and Cory Bernardi, was stopped by highway patrol officers at Paddington about 11.15am on August 11.
Police allege the 61-year-old was behind the wheel of her black BMW 430i while her licence was suspended and made an unlawful U-turn at traffic lights on the intersection of Oxford Street and Jersey Road.
The hard-right conservative, whose address is listed as a $2.65million city apartment near Circular Quay, is further accused of having her number plate obscured.
Controversial Liberal Party federal vice president Teena McQueen has been charged with a string of traffic offences while driving in her convertible BMW in Sydney’s eastern suburbs
She was represented by a solicitor but did not appear in…