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Birmingham City's Jermaine Pennant has been jailed for three months.
The England Under-21 international has been in splendid form since joining Blues on loan from Arsenal but his career will grind to a temporary halt as he sees out his sentence.
Pennant pleaded guilty to three charges of drink-driving, driving whilst disqualified and using a vehicle without insurance.
Jailed footballer Jermaine Pennant is determined to learn from his mistakes and get his career back on track, according to his agent.
The on-loan Birmingham winger was sentenced to three months in jail on Tuesday for drink driving while already banned.
The player's agent Sky Andrew says that the 22-year-old is determined to turn his career, and his life, around after his sentence.
Jermaine Pennant has dropped his appeal against the three-month jail sentence imposed on him for drink-driving whilst disqualified.
The Arsenal starlet, who is currently on loan to Birmingham City, was sent to jail by magistrates last week after pleading guilty to three separate motoring offences.
The 22-year-old admitted drink driving, driving whilst banned and using a vehicle without insurance
Jermaine Pennant has been released from prison after being granted parole for his three-month jail sentence. The Birmingham City winger, on loan from parent club Arsenal until the season's end, received a three-month jail sentence earlier this month after being convicted for three separate motoring offences. However, the 22-year-old was told he would be eligible for parole this week and after serving a third of his sentence at HMP Woodhill in Milton Keynes, the talented midfielder has been released on Thursday morning for good behaviour.
Birmingham City have completed the permanent signing of Jermaine Pennant from Arsenal.
The 22-year-old has signed a three-year contract at St Andrews with an option for a further year.
The Blues have confirmed the transfer could be worth £3 million, although following a down payment of around £500,000.