Jeremy Clarkson Is Being Sued By Clarkson’s Farm Trespasser
Jeremy Clarkson has revealed his latest Clarkson’s Farm woe after a lady, who he claims “trespassed” on his Diddly Squat Farm, is suing the presenter after she got her foot stuck in a hole.
The Grand Tour presenter appeared on the Performance People podcast alongside his co-star Kaleb Cooper. Podcast hosts, Ben and Georgie Ainslie, spoke about problems they had with cows which led Clarkson to rant about the troubles he has had with putting warning signs up at the farm. He had two signs which he hasn’t been allowed to hang by the cows for insurance reasons. They read “free acupuncture” and “bull in the field (no red trousers)”.
The former Top Gear host said:
“You can’t even put danger in the field because if a bull then attacks somebody and writes danger you are then accepting that you knew it was dangerous.
“Therefore you’re liable. So all you can write is bull in the field and let people make their own minds up.”
Clarkson went on to explain about the recent problem he had with the lady who “trespassed”. He explained:
“We had one that other day. That woman who put her croc into… You lift a gate post out when you open double gates so you can open both gates.
“We took it out and we were in and out all day long. And she was trespassing on the farm and somehow she put her foot into this hole and then bruised her leg.
“It was then ‘I’m suing you’. And there is nothing you can do.
“We were in and out and they just said I should have put the thing back in. I was like… f****g hell… so yeah, it’s a constant frustration.”
Fans are eagerly waiting the release of the second series of the hit farming show. Although no release date has been announced yet, a source close to production has revealed that it will be available on Prime Video at some point between January and March 2023.