ITV vet Scott Miller has been accused of leaving a woman “shaking” after she got involved in a traffic argument, but the TV man says he welcomes the police investigation and denies causing any harm.
Dr Miller was called online by David Kenward, who shared dashcam footage of the altercation and accused the vet of “vandalizing” his mother’s car in Woking, Surrey.
The footage shows Dr. Miller, known for his Channel 4 show Vet On The Hill and more recently as a resident vet on ITV’s This Morning, approaching Heather Kenward’s car and fiddling with the windshield wipers.
Ms Kenward, who told MailOnline it was a “very frightening incident”, claims the TV vet was “aggressive and threatening” towards her and damaged the car’s windshield wiper. Her husband has since clarified that the windshield wipers weren’t damaged, but he claimed they were running electricity in the side mirror.
Ms Kenward, 60, claimed she tried to walk her way, but Dr. Miller, who parked his gray Range Rover near the entrance, was blocked.
“He came down and asked me to walk around him,” she said. “I wouldn’t do it because I would have been on the wrong side of the road at a blind bend.”
The woman claimed that Dr. Miller said she “became abusive,” so she “stayed in the car.” “He got down again, went over to the passenger side, and broke the wipers and side mirrors,” she said.
But Dr. Miller denies damaging the car and says he only got close to it after Kenward “launched” him, who called him for “minutes”.
ITV vet Scott Miller denied causing damage when he was involved in a road dispute on Friday. Dashcam footage shows the vet getting close to Heather Kenward’s car and playing with her mops
He said he apologized to the family for “acting out of character” but the woman’s son called it a “low life” and got one A threatening message on social media reads: “We have your address.”
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, he said: “I’m so sorry about what happened and I apologized right away. I shouldn’t have gotten out of the car but the woman had been holding her hand on the whistle for over a minute which just led to my autism.”
“All I could think of was how to stop the noise. I didn’t damage her car in any way but the alarm was just crazy. She didn’t need to. She kept her hand on the whistle for a minute, which was inappropriate.
“She could easily have driven my car but she refused. I had stopped to pick up my 11-year-old daughter, and then when I got in, I blocked my car in a church parking lot. My daughter was very scared.”
After spitting, Mrs. Kenward said she called the police as Dr Miller broke into the nearby church parking lot, where his daughter was waiting to be picked up after the school bus got off.
“[Police] They said they would investigate, but since he left and I wasn’t in danger, they wouldn’t come right away.”
Dr. Miller was called online by David Kenward, who shared dashcam footage of the altercation and accused the vet of “vandalizing” his mother’s car. Social media users identified the man in the photos as Dr. Miller and noted that he posted a photo on his Instagram account yesterday wearing the same outfit (pictured right).
“[They] They said they would come to collect dash cam footage and have a crime reference number.
Dr Miller said he was “very happy that the police are investigating,” adding, “I hope they watch the dashcam video and not the little clips posted by the family.” The entire video tells the full story of what happened and not what they wanted to show people.
“The police have made no attempt to contact me, but of course I will cooperate fully with them.”
Dr. Miller said he sent Road Rage victim’s son David, an outrageous apology, admitting he had “acted out of character” and offering to come to his mother to apologize in person.
He wrote, “We are all fallible and we all make mistakes, so I want to apologize for my part in the debate.”
The woman’s son wrote along with several photos that appeared to show Dr. Miller approaching the car
In response, Mr. Kenward accused Miller of “talking rubbish” and suggested that if agitated by loud noises he should not drive, not “stand like a **t” and “get treatment and learn how to use you.” Control aggression.
Mr. Kenward continued: “It would be unwise to apologize to me personally, I can tell you so much. I leave this in the hands of the competent police as I do not want to waste any more time with scum like you.”
Miller added, “This is all completely out of control and that’s because I’m watching TV. His Facebook posts are so horrible, and his brother followed suit saying he had my address. Does that mean I have to look over my shoulder all the time?”
When the Mail Online contacted Kenward’s home, Jeremy Kenward, the victim’s husband, confirmed that the windshield wipers were not damaged, but claimed that the electric wing mirrors had been damaged.
Dr. Miller claimed that Mrs. Kenward then followed him to the nearby church parking lot and tried to lock him up
No damage was shown on the white Astra.
A police spokesperson said: “Surrey Police are investigating an allegation of criminal damage after receiving reports of vehicle vandalism by a suspected man in Woking.
The accident occurred on Friday October 21 at approximately 5:30 p.m. in The Riding, Woking.
“The investigation is ongoing and we would encourage anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information to contact us at 101 and quote PR/45220113537.”
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