A SHAMED Celebrity Big Brother star failed to turn up to a probation appointment just five days after he was slapped with a community order by Swindon magistrates.

Marco Pierre White Jnr was given the order on October 23 last year after he admitted threatening a maid at his celebrity chef dad’s hotel, failing to pay a taxi fare and restaurant bill, and possession of class A drugs.

The 24-year-old, who lives at Rudloe Hall Hotel, near Corsham, was told to do 250 hours of unpaid work and complete up to 20 rehabilitation activity sessions under the direction of the probation service.

White managed just five days before he found himself back in trouble with the authorities.

Appearing before Swindon Magistrates’ Court this week, he pleaded guilty to breaching the community order. He failed to attend probation appointments on October 28 and November 13.

JPs marked the breach with an extra 14 hours of unpaid work. White must pay £60 costs.

In September, the court heard how White had bullied a maid working at his father’s Rudloe Hall Hotel.

Nick Barr, prosecuting, said Chloe Charlesworth had spotted the door to room 223 on the latch during her shift on March 10. Hospitality assistant Chloe went in and spotted the bed was unmade and clothes were strewn across the floor.

She reported it to her line manager and reception, who told her the room was supposed to be unoccupied.

Chloe returned to the room where she found White coming out of the bathroom.

The court heard he declared he didn't want people to know he was there and verbally abused her before approaching the worker. Mr Barr said: "She felt scared - her body was shaking. He put her in fear of immediate violence."

Ms Charlesworth then fled and the matter ended. She still worked at the hotel and the court was told there had been no issues between them since.

White also admitted two counts of possession of Class A drugs and two counts of making off without a payment.

The drugs charges relate to two separate incidents: one in a Costa Coffee in London when he was found to have 12 wraps of heroin and the other in Box, Wiltshire, when he was found in possession of 204 Oxycodone tablets.

The court heard that White was a heroin addict at the time of the coffee shop matter and had been spending £40 to £50 a day on the drugs.