British millionaire’s son avoids jail in Spain for the second time despite confessing to the hit-and-run zebra crossing killing of a mother-of-three.

Photo of Teresa Ribera at the Cepsa plant in Tenerife. Credit: [email protected]

A British millionaire’s son has escaped jail in Spain despite confessing to the hit-and-run zebra crossing killing of a mother-of-three in his father’s high-powered Bentley while high on drink and drugs.

Westley Capper, tried last year for kidnapping a missing waitress outside a Costa del Sol nightclub, was handed a suspended two-year jail sentence after admitting to Fatima Dorado’s manslaughter.

The mother-of-three died in hospital shortly after being hit on a zebra crossing in San Pedro de Alcantara near Marbella on May 9 2016. 

    The damaged bodywork of his fathers Bentley

In a ruling out today Judge Ignacio Navas Hidalgo said he could remain a free man as long as he stayed out of trouble for the next three years and attended a road safety education course.

Essex-born Capper, whose wealthy dad John made his fortune from real estate, was able to avoid prison after striking a deal with prosecutors following a ‘blood money’ compensation payout to the victim’s family.

The Brit expat also avoided jail seven months after being cleared of kidnapping Agnese Klavina from celeb nightclub Aqwa Mist in Puerto Banus in a ruling which the missing woman’s family is appealing.

 

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