This Mornings Dr Scott being investigated by police after road rage car grab

This Morning's Dr Scott Miller is being investigated by police after he was caught in a "road rage car grab" in Surrey.

The vet, who presents Open Pet Clinic on the daytime talk show, was seen on dash cam footage, pulling a car's windscreen car wipers.

Heather Kenward, the person who owns the car, claimed that Dr Scott was "abusive" after she beeped him for parking at the end of a private road. The confrontation took place on Friday 21 October.

The mother stated that the incident is being investigated after she reported Dr Scott, 47, to the police.

In a Facebook post, Heather wrote: "I was in the car on my own. Got dash cam footage of him being very vocal."

She continued: "He got abusive, I just stayed in my car then he got out again went to the passenger’s side broke my wipers and wing mirror!"

Photos from the dash cam footage were also posted online in an attempt to discover who the driver was.

Surrey Police told The Mirror: "Surrey Police are investigating an allegation of criminal damage after receiving reports of a car being vandalised by a male suspect in Woking.

"The incident took place on The Riding, Woking, at around 5.30pm on Friday, 21 October.

"The investigation is ongoing and we would like to encourage anyone who may have witnessed the incident or who has any information to contact us quoting PR/ 45220113537 via 101."

Dr Scott's publicist told OK!: "The first act of aggression in fact came from the constant beeping from a car who was clearly disgruntled that somebody dare park at the end of a private road.

"At that point Mr Miller did not know this was a female in the car until he conversed with the driver the first time after trying to wave her past then getting out when she began beeping to ask if she could go around."

They added: "This isn’t a story this is simply a moment of irritation on behalf of two drivers and the act of the other driver were constant beeping as the initial act and then driving after somebody and blocking them in beyond that.

"Mr Miller’s act is a reaction although regrettable was simply to stop the beeping, no damage was done and no vandalism performed."

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