Brooklyn Beckham Got Four Parking Tickets In Two Months

Man, only three months after he broke up with Chloë Grace Moretz and Brooklyn Beckham's already got four parking tickets.

So I guess we know who did all the parking in their relationship.

The 17-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham allegedly got his fourth parking ticket in two months on Monday, according to a report from the Daily Mail.

He was seen picking up the ticket from his silver Mercedes while he was out with friends in North London.

According to the report, Brooklyn got his first ticket on October 4, his second on November 15, his third on November 23 and his fourth today, December 12.

Unsurprisingly, he doesn't look so happy in those pictures.

OK, so I don't know how it works in England (or how it works when your parents are rich and famous), but here in America, when you're poor and unknown, you only get so many tickets before your driver's license gets suspended.

Again, I really feel like this all comes back the end of Brooklyn's relationship with 19-year-old actress Chloë Grace Moretz.

Let's look at the facts.

We got the news Brooklyn and Chloë broke up back on September 1.

The couple had been dating on and off since 2014. Even a few weeks after the break-up news, the two were seen in photos together.

Note that during this time there were no parking ticket incidents, that we know about.

But now we haven't seen Brooklyn and Chloë together for months, and it seems like they really are broken up for good (RIP).

At the same time, Brooklyn is suddenly racking up all these damn parking tickets.

Conclusion: Chloë Grace Moretz did 100 percent of the driving in this relationship or, at the very least, 100 percent of the parking.

Or maybe Brooklyn's just so heartbroken, he can't be bothered to remember to go add a few coins to the meter.

In any case, I think the Beckhams can probably afford the bill.


Citations: Park it like Beckham! Brooklyn, 17, is red faced as his £37,615 Mercedes C-class receives its FOURTH parking ticket in just two months (The Daily Mail)