Spokesperson tells NME.COM he's 'looking at appeal'
Doherty attended West London Magistrates Court today (April 8), where Judge Davinder Lachar handed the singer/guitarist the sentence.
A spokesperson for the court said that Doherty had been jailed for “breach of time keeping, non-compliance of his order and using different drugs”.
Doherty had been given a suspended jail sentence for possession of drugs and driving illegally in October last year. His supervision order required him to make regular visits to court for progress reports, as well as take part in a drug rehabilitation programme. He was threatened with up to four months in jail if he broke the law during this period.
A spokesperson for Doherty told NME.COM that he was looking into grounds for appeal.
Doherty is expected to serve one month under current rules but should he complete the full three and half months of his sentence he will not only miss a solo show at the Royal Albert Hall in London (April 26), but the Glastonbury (June 27-29) festival, which he is due to headline the Park Stage.
His label, Parlophone, explained the solo show will be postponed but it “is due to be rescheduled and all tickets will be valid for the new date once it has been announced. Peter was very much looking forward to the show and would like to offer his sincerest apologies to all his fans and all those concerned”.