Daughter caught driving under the influence of the police during battles with her mother on the Sunshine Coast
Daughter, 26, has been caught driving drunk during an ugly fight with her mother after drinking a four-pack Jim Beam bourbon
- Young woman caught drinking during public altercation with her mother
- Zoe Maree Hatch, 26, appeared in court in connection with the incident of last September
- She was more than twice the legal limit when she was recruited on the spot
- The court heard that she had been picked up by a drink a month before the incident
- Licensed disqualified for another four months, a fine of $ 850 and conviction registered
Kylie Stevens for Daily Mail Australia
A young woman called her own mother a & # 39; dog & # 39; and told her that during a public screaming contest she had to & # 39; f ** k off & # 39; after she was caught driving drunk, more than twice the legal limit, a court heard.
Sunshine Coast's mother-of-two Zoe Maree Hatch, 26, appeared Tuesday in Caloundra Magistrates Court, accused of public nuisance and driving under the influence of the ugly exchange of words last September.
Buren called the police after the verbal exchange of words between Hatch and her mother who had spilled on the way to Beerwah, Sunshine Coast Daily reported.
Zoe Maree Hatch, 26, called her mother a & # 39; dog & # 39; and told her & # 39; f – k off & # 39; during a public scream last September, a court heard this week
The court heard that when the police dragged Hatch close to her home, she released an explosive tirade against her mother, despite being warned by the police of her language.
She was breath test and received a blood alcohol value of 0.107.
Hatch confessed that she drank a four pack of Jim Beam bourbon before she got behind the wheel, the publication reported.
Sunshine Coast mother-of-two Zoe Maree Hatch (photo) recorded a blood alcohol value of more than twice the legal limit when she was run over by the police
Hatch appeared in court for the first time in connection with the October incident last year, pleading guilty to both charges and agreeing to complete the Time For Change safe drivers course.
But when she appeared in court this week, Hatch admitted that she still has to meet the requirements because she was forced to find housing for herself and her children after their house was burned late last year, Sunshine Coast Daily reported.
The court heard that it was a second time that Zoe Maree Hatch (photo) was caught red-handed by the police
The court was also told that Hatch had been dealt with only a month prior to the most recent charges for driving with a drink in Hervey Bay.
Her license has already been suspended, Hatch is disqualified for another four months this week.
The magistrate also received a $ 850 fine and condemned convictions against her.
The woman had her permit disqualified for another four months, a fine of $ 850 and a conviction noted when she appeared in Caloundra Magistrates Court on Tuesday (photo)