This Morning vet Dr Scott Miller on break from show as he jets off on family holiday after road rage drama | The Sun

THE This Morning vet filmed being "abusive" in a road rage incident won't appear on the daytime show this week.

Dr Scott Miller is abroad on holiday with his wife, TV presenter Zoe Christien, and their three children Summer, Quinn and Jackson.

He wasn't scheduled to be on This Morning this week – and is instead on a pre-planned trip spending time with his family.

It appears to be good timing for the TV vet who was caught on camera pulling at a mum’s windscreen wipers.

Dr Scott Miller, 47, was recognised in dash cam footage from driver Heather Kenward — who accused him of being “abusive”.

The dad of four — who regularly appears on the ITV show’s “Call Our Vet” segments — was seen getting out of his car after Heather had beeped at him for parking at the end of a road.


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Heather said she reported the incident — which happened in Woking, Surrey, on Friday — to police and was told they were investigating.

The Australia-born vet told The Sun he had been irritated by “constant beeping from a car” and called the incident a “moment of irritation” which was “regrettable”.

An ITV spokesman told The Sun: "Dr Scott is currently abroad on a family holiday so not due on the show anyway."

Driver Heather wrote on Facebook: “I was in the car on my own — no way would he have done this if it was a man in the car! Got dash cam footage of him being very vocal.”

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She added: “He got abusive, I just stayed in my car then he got out again went to the passenger’s side broke my wipers and wing mirror!”

Her son David posted snaps from the footage on Facebook asking for help to identify the angry driver.

Dr Scott's publicist said: “The first act of aggression came from the constant beeping from a car driver who was clearly disgruntled that somebody dare park at the end of a private road. Mr Miller didn’t know this was a female until he conversed with the driver.

“It is obvious from dash cam footage the driver could have easily driven around Dr Miller’s car, instead pulling up behind him and incessantly beeping.”

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Scott runs two veterinary practices in South West London.

He recently fronted a segment for the show called Dr Scott's Animals of the Americas about the survival of rare creatures.

Police and This Morning were contacted for comment.

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