Update: Remember nearly nude Erin Holdsworth, the fine lady who led cops on a 100 mph+ chase while wearing only a g-string, fishnets, and high heels? Sure you do. (And if you don't, do check out the video below to get up to speed.)
Holdsworth finally got her sentence, 18 months in all with at least 10 months behind bars. The judge gave her credit for the time she already spent in the slammer while she was waiting for the decision to come down. Via the News-Herald:
She previously pleaded no contest and was convicted on charges of OVI, driving with a suspended license and fleeing and eluding, according to court records.
Additional charges of criminal damaging, reckless operation and speeding were dismissed.
Holdsworth initially posted bond and in January Stupica granted her driving privileges to take her children to school or herself to work.
However, at a July court appearance, Holdsworth tested positive for THC, the psychoactive component in marijuana, and was ordered to await sentencing behind bars.
Fox 8 spliced in some of the dash-cam video from Erin Holdsworth's arrest in Bainbridge, where she was stopped and arrested for DUI after leading cops on a chase that touched speeds over 100 mph. The most noteworthy detail, of course, was that she was wearing just a g-string, fishnets, and high heels at the time.
The dash-cam bits show her emerging from the car in her half-naked state and trying to kick out windows in the cruiser while wearing nothing much at all.
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