Former Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan marries spouse Vikki Ager a yr on from attack


Tom Meighan, the previous frontman of indie band Kasabian, has married his spouse Vikki Ager – a yr on from his home attack conviction.

Meighan pleaded accountable final July to attacking Ms Ager a couple of months prior, and he was once sentenced to 200 hours of neighborhood carrier as punishment.

He additionally left Kasabian to handle what he referred to as “non-public problems” – however the band later mentioned Meighan “misled” enthusiasts via opting for no longer to discuss his attack fees.

Ex-Kasabian singer, Tom Meighan, arrives at Leciester Magistrates' Court where he is appearing on a domestic assault charge.
Meighan admitted to the attack final yr

Meighan has been engaged to Ms Ager since 2017, and on Tuesday after all tied the knot together with her in Leicestershire.

The pair wedded at Marketplace Harborough Registry Administrative center, announcing in a observation it was once an “intimate affair” and “according to the most recent COVID-19 tips”.

They added that they had been “surrounded via their kids, circle of relatives and a couple of shut pals”.

A observation additionally mentioned: “Tom has labored so laborious on himself, his well being, circle of relatives unit and his dating with Vikki over the last yr. They’re very a lot in love and having a look ahead to sharing the remainder of their lives in combination.”

After his conviction final yr, Meighan apologised to Ms Ager for his movements, announcing: “I’m very sorry and deeply be apologetic about my contemporary behaviour. Not at all am I looking to condone my movements or make excuses.

“I’m utterly accountable and settle for all accountability.”

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Ms Ager instructed Cornwall Reside in 2020 that she forgave her now-husband, announcing: “He apologises day-to-day. He in reality does. Numerous other folks have arguments and ours were given taken to an excessive degree.

“I gave as just right as I were given. We had been each combating. We had been in reality inebriated and I do not most often drink. It was once extra of a squabble, it wasn’t home violence.”


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