Danny Kruger, 46, allegedly let his lockdown puppy chase deer on March 20
It is alleged he allowed his Jack Russell Pebble to chase deer at Richmond Park
Son of Prue Leith was due to be at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court on Monday
The case has been adjourned in the Eton-educated MP's absence until May 24
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The Tory MP son of TV chef Prue Leith is set to appear in court after his lockdown puppy allegedly ran amok among deer in a park.
Danny Kruger's Jack Russell terrier Pebble is said to have 'worried' fallow deer in violation of regulations governing Royal Parks.
It is understood no animals were hurt, but the MP could still face a fine of £200 if found guilty.
Eton-educated Mr Kruger, 46, MP for Devizes in Wiltshire, had been expected to appear at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court in London yesterday, but the case was adjourned until May 24.
Tory MP Danny Kruger, 46, is set to appear in court after his lockdown puppy (both pictured on Monday) allegedly ran amok among deer in a park
Mr Kruger's Jack Russell terrier Pebble (pictured) is said to have 'worried' fallow deer in violation of regulations governing Royal Parks
It is alleged that he allowed Pebble to chase, worry or injure a large herd of fallow deer in Richmond Park, south-west London, on March 20.
The Brexit-supporting son of Great British Bake Off judge Miss Leith, 81, and property developer Rayne Kruger was former prime minister David Cameron's chief speechwriter and political secretary to Boris Johnson.
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