Ted Terry, 55, allegedly supplied three grams of the Class A drug after saying: "The stuff's all right. I get off on it."
Essex Police launched an investigation after being handed a video, which led to Ted's arrest. t is alleged the deal took place in the toilets of the Unit 4 wine bar in Chafford Hundred - yards from Ted's modern terraced home.
"We can confirm a 55-year-old man from Chafford Hundred has been charged with the supply of cocaine, which is a Class A drug. He has been bailed to appear before Basildon Magistrates' Court on May 13," The Sun quoted Essex Police, as saying.
Jobless Ted was said to have bragged how his 29-year-old son had given him a 15,000-pound Rolex.
The newspaper claimed Ted asked the journalist, posing as a chauffeur, not to tell his boss about his links to the 160,000 pound- a-week Chelsea superstar. (ANI)