NASCAR CEO Brian France Pleads Not Guilty In Oxy & DUI Case

NASCAR CEO Brian France

Pleads Not Guilty In Oxy & DWI Case

9/18/2018 8:36 AM PDT


NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France ain’t exactly rolling over in his DWI and Oxycodone possession case … ’cause he pled not guilty to multiple charges in an NY court.

France — who’s currently on a leave of absence from NASCAR — was arrested August 5 in Sag Harbor, NY.

Cops say they pulled BF over and suspected he was intoxicated … so they gave him a field sobriety test — which they say he bombed.

During the stop, police say they also found Oxycodone pain pills.

To make matters worse, we’re told France name-dropped President Trump during the arrest … in an effort to skate on the charges.

France’s attorney appeared on his behalf in Sag Harbor Village Court on Friday … and pled not guilty to misdemeanor criminal possession of a controlled substance, aggravated DWI, and DWI.

He’s facing up to a year in jail for each charge.

France is due back in court October 5.

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