Samantha Womack 'flips middle finger to driver after clipping his van'
Samantha Womack ‘flips the middle finger to driver during tense confrontation after clipping back of his van with her £80,000 Range Rover’
Samantha Womack was spotted giving the middle finger with both hands to a delivery driver after allegedly clipping the back of his van.
In a picture obtained by The Sun, the actress, 50, is seen furiously flipping the bird while sat behind the steering wheel of her £80,000 Range Rover.
Catering firm driver Maamar Bentouati claimed she drove away and he followed her to London’s Gillian Lynne Theatre where she was playing the White Witch in a production of The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe.
Maamar said she stepped out of her vehicle outside the theatre and pointed to the advertising board, telling him: ‘If you want my name, it’s on the board there.’
He explained: ‘This woman was waiting to turn right at traffic lights, but at the last second went straight on and hit the rear of my work van.
Run-in? Samantha Womack, 50, was spotted giving the middle finger with both hands to a delivery driver after allegedly clipping the back of his van (pictured in November)
‘I stopped in front of her and asked her for details, but she started yelling and saying she was late for work.
‘She said she’d go mad if I didn’t move.’
He claims she agreed to give him her details if he pulled over but once he was stopped she allegedly drove off, adding that he called police about the incident on Christmas Eve.
Maamar said he paid £100 for repairs as his manager did not want to pay the £250 insurance excess.
MailOnline has contacted a representative for Samantha for comment.
Samantha recently told OK! magazine that she was cancer free after battling breast cancer.
At the time, she said she was having some ongoing treatment ‘as a prevention’.
‘Now I’m just having some treatment as I go back to work, as a prevention… We’re feeling a lot better than we were,’ she told the publication.
In the driving seat: In a picture obtained by The Sun, the actress, 50, is seen flipping the bird while sat behind the steering wheel of her £80,000 Range Rover (pictured in June 2021)
‘My treatment is ongoing for breast cancer. The surgery was quite difficult to recover from just because it’s quite tender when you have lymph nodes removed. There’s a few mobility issues at the beginning.’
She recalled: ‘The first round of chemotherapy was pretty hardcore really, it was quite toxic,’ before adding: ‘I’ve got radiotherapy for a bit of time to try and nuke any leftover cells.’
Samantha previously revealed her breast cancer was found during a ‘random check’ and said the disease has ‘attacked’ her ‘femininity’.
Speaking on This Morning, Samantha said she didn’t find a lump when she was diagnosed four months ago, saying her cancer was discovered in a random check.
‘It was really incredible because I didn’t find a lump, I didn’t feel unwell,’ she explained.
‘There had been a lot of illness around our friends and family and I just thought I’d get a random check and I had an ultrasound, and it showed a little shadow – at that point it could be anything, a cyst… then I had further investigations and then that diagnosis.’
Samantha described herself as ‘very lucky’ because the lump was less than 2cm and she was able to have a lumpectomy to have the piece of tissue and five lymph nodes removed.
She went on to describe breast cancer as a disease which ‘attacks’ your ‘body’ and your ‘femininity’ as she urged other women to get checked.
She said: ‘Breast cancer is a strange one, it attacks your body and your femininity, your hair, your breasts, all these beautiful women of all ages.
‘So many women should be checking themselves in their thirties. That is an important message to get out and checked as well.’
The actress, also described battling cancer as ‘terrifying’ but praised the treatments that are available now to treat the disease.
Recovering: It comes after Samantha recently told OK! magazine that she was cancer free after battling breast cancer (pictured in August 2021)
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