Coopey, who lives with his parents in a £1 million house in Ascot, has shown no remorse.
Rather than apologising when he appeared in court earlier this year, he complained about how the crash ‘really has affected my mental well-being’.Utter, utter scum.
The teenager’s father is a sergeant in the Metropolitan Police and his mother worked for many years as a schools liaison constable working with pupils in London.
Coopey had five previous convictions for drugs offences, robbery and common assault by the time he turned 18 earlier this year.You'd think they'd hang their heads in shame, but they clearly have no remorse for the actions of their offspring either.
Approached for comment, Coopey’s mother said: ‘We don’t do trial by newspaper.’You might not, but it's going to happen anyway.
Coopey is due to be sentenced on Tuesday for driving while disqualified and not having insurance in October last year while he was awaiting trial for the drug driving charge connected with the men’s death.
Ironically, he could face jail for ignoring the ban on getting behind the wheel.If it was getting behind the wheel of his father's car, shouldn't the father also be done as an accessory?
I bet he would be, if he wasn't a cop...