EastEnders star Milly Zero hit with £630 in fines after failing to pay car tolls

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Milly Zero has been hit by almost £700 worth of fines are not paying tolls for her new car.

The 20 year old took to Twitter to announce the penalties she has received after forgetting to register her new vehicle on the Dartford crossing.

EastEnders star Milly, who plays Dotty Cotton on the hit BBC soap, told her 5,000 followers on the social media site that she had been slapped with nine fives in the last two weeks.

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She wrote: "Only me would manage to get a new car and forget to register it on the Dartford crossing toll register for two weeks and get 9 fines."

The fine for crossing the Dartford crossing without paying the £2.50 fee is £70 — meaning Milly has racked up £630 in fines.

If the bill is not paid within 28 days, the fine is increased to £105.

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However, if it is paid in 14 days, the cost is reduced to £35. Due to Milly admitted she has only noticed after two weeks, it seems unlikely she will have the punishment halved.

Fans saw the funny side of the young actress' tweet, with one writing: "This could be your first chance to take the 'do you even know who I am?' tactic."

With a second commenting: "Oops… what a liberty that is. Must have me on the brain."

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Milly's character Dotty is currently the only character aware that Ian Beale is to blame for the death of Dennis Mitchell in the boat crash that took place in February.

EastEnders will return to screens in September, with Dotty set to take Ian on and expose his secret to the rest of Walford.

Milly has portrayed the character since last year when the villain returned after nine years away.

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