Lance Armstrong Enters Guilty Plea to Hitting Parked Cars

Feb 18, 2015

Lance Armstrong (file photo)
Credit Outside Magazine

Disgraced Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong has pleaded guilty to hitting two parked cars in town late last year. Armstrong paid the fine via mail on Friday. The guilty plea closes the case and also keeps Armstrong from a court appearance in Pitkin County.

On December 28th, Armstrong's girlfriend, Anna Hansen, originally told Aspen police she was driving and that icy conditions caused the accident on the city’s west end. She later confessed to lying to police in an effort to avoid media attention.

A careless driving charge can land a guilty person in jail for up to 90 days. But, according to court records, Armstrong paid $238 to cover court costs and also paid a $150 fine.