A teenage drink-driver drove into a police car, after she left a nightclub at 4.
Keyleigh Lane, 19, escaped a Worcester nightclub owner at 4am and got in her car.
After becoming suspicious, Lane was spotted by police officers who drove their patrol car to bring Lane in.
Lane reversed her Peugeot 209 and hit the side of the police vehicle.
Police took her breath and found that she had almost twice the alcohol-drive limit.
Lane, who admitted to drink-driving, was banned from the roads for 18 month.
Her lawyer told Worcester Magistrates’ Court this would mean she could now lose her job as a carer.
The court was informed that Lane was out at Tramps nightclub in Worcester on September 23rd.
Keyleigh Lane (pictured left and right), 19, left a nightclub in Worcester at around 4am and got into her car which was parked nearby. After becoming suspicious, Lane was spotted by police officers who drove their patrol car to bring Lane in. Lane reversed her Peugeot 209 and hit the police car.
Mark Turnbull, who was defending, said to the court: “Miss Lane went with Tramps nightclub, and was not intending on drinking.
“She was with her friends, who encouraged her to have an adult beverage.
“She doesn’t drink a lot. She has borderline personality disorder, which doesn’t go well with her medication.
“She was in that club. It seems that there was a male who began to give her attention she didn’t want.
“She isn’t encouraging or welcoming. It’s become a lot too much, touching her, trying kiss her.
“She decides that she wants to leave. She wants to get out of this man.
The court heard Lane had left Tramps nightclub, Worcester, at 4am to escape the man. She got in her car that was parked near her car.
Lane reversed into their car and police officers tried to stop her.
Lane responded to Lane’s caution: “I know, I know.”
The court heard Lane leave Tramps (pictured) nightclub, Worcester, at 4am to escape the man. She then got in her car, which was parked nearby.
A breathalyzer test showed Lane had 67mcg in 100ml breath, almost twice what is allowed by law.
Lane, from Stourport in Worcs., admitted to driving with excess alcohol. He was banned from driving for 18-months on Thursday.
She was also fined £120 and ordered to pay £135 costs and a £34 victim surcharge.
Turnbull said to the court that Lane would lose the job she had as a caregiver because of the driving ban.