The TV presenter Ant McPartlin has been fined £86,000 and disqualified from driving for 20 months after pleading guilty to drink-driving.
The 42-year-old entertainer was charged last month after being involved in a collision with two other cars while driving his Mini, in Richmond, south-west London.
Appearing at Wimbledon magistrates court on Monday, he admitted driving while over the limit.
His 20-month disqualification will be reduced by five months if he attends a drink driving referral course.
The Bafta-winning presenter of I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here! failed a breathalyser test after the collision on 18 March and was arrested. He was released under investigation the next day and charged by postal requisition two days later.
A child who was a passenger in one of the cars was taken to hospital to be checked as a precaution. Others were treated at the scene for minor injuries.
McPartlin was originally scheduled to appear in court on 4 April, but the hearing was adjourned.
After he was charged, McPartlin announced he was returning to rehabilitation, where he spent two months last year receiving treatment for depression, alcoholism and addiction to prescription painkillers.
ITV announced the Saturday Night Takeaway host would step back from his work commitments. His co-presenter, Declan Donnelly, hosted the final two episodes of the show on his own.
McPartlin did appear alongside Donnelly on TV over the weekend as Britain’s Got Talent aired its audition shows that were recorded before the incident.
The pair began their professional partnership after starring in the children’s drama series Byker Grove in the 1990s.
Together, they have won the TV presenter award at the National Television awards for 17 consecutive years. In 2016, they were awarded OBEs in the Queen’s birthday honours for their services to broadcasting and entertainment.