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Vince Colosimo caught 'driving under the influence of ice’

Underbelly star Vince Colosimo was allegedly caught driving through Melbourne's CBD under the influence of ice, court documents reveal.

Colosimo, 50, was charged with driving with the illegal drug in his system while his licence was suspended after the Australian actor was stopped and tested on March 5.

Police spotted the Underbelly actor's black Saab on Exhibition Street and a check of the registration plate showed his licence had been suspended for six months from February 24.

Underbelly star Vince Colosimo (pictured) was allegedly caught driving through Melbourne's CBD under the influence of ice according to court documents

Underbelly star Vince Colosimo (pictured) was allegedly caught driving through Melbourne's CBD under the influence of ice according to court documents

Vince Colosimo starred in the television series Underbelly (pictured)

Vince Colosimo starred in the television series Underbelly (pictured)

Colosimo had accumulated too many demerit points, leading to his suspension, according to a police brief released by a magistrate on Thursday.

The fresh charges came two months after Colosimo was fined $1000 for possessing the drug ice while driving in North Fitzroy, where police found a small amount of ice inside a sunglasses case.

His case was mentioned in the Melbourne Magistrates' on Thursday but the troubled actor did not appear.

Court documents outlined the police intercept that led to

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