Jail threat for ex-BBC presenter who claimed £65,000 in benefits after falsely insisting she was too depressed to work

Ann Salter, who lives in Shepperton, Surrey, said she was suffering from depression, but was caught after she posted a showreel online as part of a CV covering her work on television and radio. The 49-year-old, who described herself as an 'experienced and glamorous presenter', recorded her jobs including hosting motorsports coverage on Channel 5 and working as an anchor on Setanta Sports News. Miss Salter pleaded guilty at Guildford Crown Court to falsely claiming £65,478.95 in benefits since 2005 and will be sentenced later this month.