Erin Holdsworth, 28, who was described by police as ‘drunk and half-naked’ ended the evening of Oct. 11 poorly when she tried to outrun cops. First reportedly clocked at 110MPH, the speeds reach 128MPH before stop sticks brought the shenanigans to a halt. Well… temporarily.
Holdsworth – a mother of three – emerged from the vehicle in a fishnet tube-top, a g-string, running shoes, and an ankle BAC monitoring bracelet. …and this is Ohio. Fishnet tube-top season ends at Labor Day – no negotiation.
Police chief Jon Bokovitz said that Holdsworth was calm at first, but ‘flew into a rage after cops put handcuffs on her.’ Squad car video captured her flailing, screaming, ‘hitting her head against the back wall,’ and kicking out a window. It is expected that the full video will soon be available for $19.95 at a DVD retailer near you. Until then, you can check out the raw video here.
Holdsworth appeared in court Wednesday facing charges of DUI, failure to comply, reckless operation of a vehicle, and a smattering of other charges. The ankle bracelet to monitor alcohol intake that she was wearing at the time of the incident is believed to be due to her two previous counts of DUI.
They left the bracelet order in place.Tags: DUI, Erin Holdsworth, Ohio, Resisting Arrest