Married At First Sight bride Ines Basic has been sentenced to 70 hours of community service and told by a magistrate to "get some perspective on life" after pleading guilty to mid-range drink driving.
The 29-year-old has also been disqualified from driving for three months, after ramming her sister's car on Christmas Day last year.
Cleveland Magistrates Court was today told Basic was drunk on vodka and champagne at her sister's house in Redland Bay when she rammed her vehicle into her sister’s car which was parked in the driveway.
She tried to stop an officer from getting out of a police car and later told a female officer to "f------ arrest me, arrest me b----" when they arrived.
Basic was put inside a police car where she gave officers a false name of "Vanessa Dorothy Ines".
She recorded a blood alcohol reading of 0.146 when she was taken to a police station.
Basic arrived at court this morning in a Mercedes limousine flanked by a security guard.
She pleaded guilty to mid-range drink driving, driving with undue care and attention, commit public nuisance and contravene a police direction.
The last charge of contravening a police direction refers to her giving police a fake name.
“I would never drink and drive but the b---- pissed me off,” she told the court.
Her defence lawyer Ivan Sayad asked for a conviction not to be recorded so his client could travel to the US where she had media opportunities lined up.
In sentencing, the magistrate told Basic she needed to "get some perspective on life", that she had acted like a brat and her behaviour had been disgusting.
"It sounds like you have been living in a bubble of artificiality," Magistrate Deborah Vasta said.
Community service would help her "get into reality" and understand the "real fabric of society".
Basic has six months to complete the community service order and had her licence suspended for three months. No conviction was recorded.
She walked from court into a waiting Mercedes van with dark tinted windows.
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