Olly Murs has been fined £267 and received four points on his licence for speeding in his Bentley down Chipping Ongar High Street in Essex in May.
The 'Troublemaker' hitmaker has been forced to pay out £267 and £117 in court fees, as well as receiving four penalty points on his licence after he was clocked by a speed camera driving 41mph on the 30mph-restricted Chipping Ongar High Street in Essex in May.
The 29-year-old singer admitted to the offence in a letter, claiming he had been "rushing" as he had a lot of commitments, the Chelmsford Magistrates Court in Essex heard yesterday (05.11.13).
Meanwhile, the pay-out won't cause Olly - who shot to fame in 2009 during 'The X Factor' - too many problems as it was reported that he became a millionaire last year after his earnings rocketed into seven figures due to his pop career and touring efforts.
A source said previously: "Olly is a real grafter - has worked his socks off since he took part in 'The X Factor'."
The former call centre worker - who used to earn just £6 an hour before finding fame - has previously admitted he is careful with his cash.
He said: "The difference with me is that I am very conscious of my money and I look after it."