Bafta-winning actress Lauren Socha arrives at Derby Crown Court where she received a four-month suspended jail sentence A Bafta-winning actress lauded for her portrayal of a young offender was herself sentenced to community service yesterday for a drunken racial assault on an Asian taxi driver. It's an intense and enlightening half hour or so and one that we're sure you'll find interesting. She reveals her own insecurities and regrets and talks about her childhood, school, dealing with being in the limelight as a young person, and her own little baby which she loves dearly. Thanks for downloading episode 13 of the Two Shot Podcast.
She hopes her remorse and explanation will allow her to move on. . You began to use foul and blatant racism. She has done extremely well for herself, to say the least, and her own behaviour will undoubtedly affect that. He was driving a vehicle. Scroll down to watch video Rising star: Lauren Socha won a Bafta for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Kelly in Channel 4's Misfits She was nominated for a Bafta in 2010 for her breakthrough role in The Unloved, a film about a girl growing up in the care system.
Your conduct on that night was despicable. This week Craig and Producer Griff took a trip to Derby to have a chin-wag with Lauren Socha. You might know her from her roles alongside our host Craig in Misfits, or from her great performace in The Unloved. Facebook- search 'Two Shot Podcast' Twitter- twoshotpod Instagram- twoshotpod If you've enjoyed listening then please click through to make a donation to the running costs of the show. Lauren Socha, 21, who played foul-mouthed Kelly Bailey in the Channel 4 show Misfits, admitted she hit Sarkander Iqbal in the face while screaming racist abuse after a nine-hour wine and lager binge in October.
You'll get bonus pictures, video and audio in return. In this chat, Lauren is brutally candid and incredibly open. His recollection was not marred. Socha, who wept as she sat in the dock, had originally denied racial assault but changed her plea to guilty on the first day of her trial at Derby Crown Court. . .
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