Former Biggest Loser trainer Michelle Bridges was charged on Sunday, January 26, with drink-driving with her child, son Axel, in the car.
And on Wednesday, the celebrity fitness expert held her first live television interview since her session date.
Giving tips for staying active during the coronavirus pandemic Seven’s Sunrisethe 49-year-old spoke quickly and barely took a breath during her short crotch.
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Is everything OK? Michelle Bridges speaks quickly and seems confused during her first live TV interview since she was accused of drink-driving with son Axel in the car
In her isolation at her Sydney home with her son, a sportswear-clad Michelle grimaced as she spoke about how families can stay safe, happy and healthy during the pandemic.
Hosts David ‘Kochie’ Koch and Natalie Barr regularly tried to interrupt Michelle during her lengthy answers to their questions.
She promoted her online program, 12 Week Transformation by Michelle Bridges, but also gave tips for people who didn’t have access to a trainer or equipment.
‘Couples to train together stay together. Exactly ‘: Michelle spoke about couples who are great training buddies, despite her recent split from personality trainer Steve’ Commando ‘Willis
Family ties: Michelle and Steve met during the filming of The Biggest Loser in 2007. They started dating in 2015 and welcomed Axel in December of that year. They broke up in recent months
She explained, “With family, when it comes to motivation … having your training buddy and training time is probably one of the best ways to make sure you tick that box.”
‘The couples to train together stay together. Exactly, “said Michelle, too, despite her recent split from personality trainer Steve” Commando “Willis.
The pair broke up in late December, but Michelle didn’t announce their split until weeks later – after she was arrested for drunk driving with her four-year-old son Axel in the car.
Mistake in Review: On January 26, Michelle was stuffed into her Range Rover at Bellevue Hill, Sydney at around 11:25 am while she was on her way to the beach with Axel. She had spent the night before drinking with friends and returned a positive blood alcohol value of 0.086
Michelle first revealed what really happened the day she was charged with drink-driving and admitted she had made a “bad decision.”
In this week’s Stellar magazine, she said she had been drinking with friends the night before while nursing a broken heart after breaking up with partner Steve.
The fitness instructor revealed, “Privately, I was going through a pretty stressful time at a personal level, chasing my breakup.”
Split: After being charged on January 26, Michelle released a statement claiming that she was going through a “very difficult time” after splitting from Steve “Commando” Willis, 43. The pair are pictured in July 2017
It was not widely known that the couple broke up when Michelle was charged with drink-driving on Sunday, January 26 [Australia Day].
Michelle was loaded into her Range Rover at Bellevue Hill on Sunday, January 26 at 11:25 AM, with Axel in the backseat.
Michelle returned a positive blood alcohol value of 0.086.
Guilty: On February 18, Michelle was fined $ 750 and her driver’s license was disqualified for three months after pleading guilty to drink-driving. She said afterwards, “I would like to take this opportunity to express my deep regrets [over] this incident. ” Shown outside Waverley Court
On February 18, Michelle was fined $ 750 and her driver’s license was disqualified for three months after pleading guilty to drink-driving.
She had tried to avoid a conviction by hiring a high-profile lawyer, but did not get leniency from the judge.
Afterwards, a tearful Michelle outside Waverley Court said, “I would like to take this opportunity to express my deep regret, shame and humiliation. [over] this incident and extreme lack of judgment.
Pandemic: On March 31, there were 4,559 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, including 19 deaths