It’s the holiday season, so EVERYONE….PLEASE!….don’t drink and drive, and certainly be cautious of others while you’re on the road.
Unbelievably, Boy Toy’s current live-in/squeeze has had at least THREE DUIs. Twice she served time in jail including — get this — over Christmas Day 2014. And perhaps more unbelievable, she got nailed DUI ON THE SAME DAY, December 14th, nine years apart (she had two in one year, also, way back in 2005). The 2014 incident resulted in an “aggravated DUI” felony charge, and extended time in the county jail.
Poor sad little rich girl had her Christmas dinner (and then some) behind bars.
She was found slumped over the driver’s seat, literally asleep at the wheel after midnight. Her BAC was a whopping .257 according to the arrest report. That’s at least 9 stiff drinks (Boy Toy says vodka is her preferred beverage) in a mere two hours’ time:
What frosts me is: this woman eventually got her driver’s license back. To wreak more havoc on the roads, perhaps? Maybe even to get totally shitfaced, get behind the wheel and KILL PEOPLE? Where is justice? Kooky Girl should NEVER AGAIN be allowed to operate a motor vehicle, I don’t care how many days in the pokey she served, how many community service hours or drunk classes she tallied, how many months she was ordered to wear a SCRAM monitoring bracelet.
People who drink and drive — and especially those who get caught repeatedly — are nothing but human garbage. I shudder to think of all the times she DIDN’T get caught driving drunk.
On Santa’s list, she is naughty…not nice. (And he better not let her steer his sleigh!)
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