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Christian Horner & Geri put up united front at Point to Point race after scandal

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CHRISTIAN Horner has been spotted at Point to Point races alongside his wife Geri Halliwell.

The pair put up a united front in Buckinghamshire as they celebrated Easter with their family.

Christian Horner at Point to Point races in Buckinghamshire with wife Geri Halliwell

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Christian Horner at Point to Point races in Buckinghamshire with wife Geri HalliwellCredit: Splash
The pair were enjoying the day out over the Easter weekend

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The pair were enjoying the day out over the Easter weekendCredit: Splash
Geri has been standing by her husband throughout the ‘sexting’ scandal

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Geri has been standing by her husband throughout the ‘sexting’ scandalCredit: Splash

The Red Bull Team Principal and CEO is going about his business as usual as Geri continues to stand by her man as the “sexting” scandal continues.

It comes as the woman who accused Horner of inappropriate behaviour has now lodged a complaint against him with the sport’s ruling body the FIA.

The unnamed woman, who has been suspended from her job at the team’s base in Milton Keynes, has now made three complaints over Horner’s conduct since the start of February, it is claimed.

On March 7, the woman was suspended on full pay from Red Bull HQ amid claims her “honesty was called into question.”

The reasons allegedly given to her were that she appeared dishonest owing to inconsistencies in the evidence she had provided.

Ex-driver Horner has said he wants to move on from the scandal, with ex-Spice Girl wife Geri Halliwell. 51, standing by him.

The F1 chief and Geri have always put on a united – if awkward – front at the Bahrain and Saudi Arabia Grand Prix in recent weeks.

Speaking at the press conference, Horner said he was keen to “draw a line” under the scandal and that it was time to “focus on what is going on on track.”

Despite Geri’s very visual display of standing by her man, sources claim that the singer is “in turmoil”.

It was also confirmed by Drive to Survive chief James Gay-Rees that Netflix was planning on referencing the allegations in next years season.

It will potentially reopen wounds for Horner and his wife Spice Girls star Geri Halliwell as they attempt to move on from the drama.

Horner has previously raged against the scrutiny over the scandal – but now it will be the focus of the Netflix show watched by millions.

SCANDAL… LAP BY LAP

FEBRUARY 5: A Dutch newspaper reports a female Red Bull employee has made serious allegations of “inappropriate, controlling behaviour” about Horner to parent company Red Bull GmbH.

FEB 9: Horner is quizzed for nine hours by the lawyer hired by Red Bull to investigate.

FEB 15: He denies the allegations and says they are a distraction for the team.

FEB 15: F1 says it hopes the matter will be clarified at the earliest opportunity after a fair and thorough process.

FEB 26: Red Bull’s engine partner Ford says it is increasingly frustrated by the team’s handling of the complaint.

FEB 28: Horner is cleared of all wrongdoing. The employee is said to have the right of appeal.

FEB 29: Horner says he is pleased the investigation is over.

FEB 29: WhatsApp texts and pictures claimed to be between Horner and the employee are sent to journalists and F1.

MARCH 1: Horner refuses to comment on what he calls “anonymous speculation from unknown sources”.

MAR 2: Horner and wife Geri are pictured hand-in-hand, as Red Bull’s Max Verstappen wins the Bahrain Grand Prix. Horner says before the race: “It’s been very testing for my family but we are very strong and our focus is on this race.”

MAR 3: Verstappen’s dad Jos, claims Red Bull is in “danger of being torn apart” if Horner stays in the job.

But he denies being the source of the WhatsApp leak, saying: “It can’t go on the way it is. It will explode. He is playing the victim, when he is the one causing the problems.”

MAR 6: Max Verstappen sides with his dad in the row.

MAR 7: Horner says he wants to draw a line under the scandal and hails Geri’s support — as Red Bull suspends the employee.

MAR 15: Horner’s accuser allegedly launches an appeal against the investigation that saw the Red Bull chief cleared.

MAR 17: Horner, Helmut Marko and Jos Verstappen agree to a ‘public ceasefire’.

They took the family with them to watch the races

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They took the family with them to watch the racesCredit: Splash
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