An 18-year-old adult star crashed her Mercedes after boozing to numb her heartbreak following a break up.
Paris Ow-Yang spent hours drowning her sorrows in booze after a breakup with 44-year-old nightclub baron Julian Tobias. At around 8.45pm on October 18, she crashed her Mercedes into another car – three times more valuable than her own.
Downing Centre Local Court heard how Ow-Yang began her day at a local restaurant before moving to drink at a different Chinese restaurant. Before the incident near Point Piper, Sydney, Australia,
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When police breathalysed her she blew a 0.213. The legal limit in New South Wales is 0.05 for a full license, however, Ow-Yang was a P-plate driver meaning her limit was 0.00, as reported by NewsAU.
Appearing before court yesterday (Friday, November 10) she was accompanied by her father, neurosurgeon Michael Ow-Yang, and her lawyer, Michael Bowe. Mr Bowe claimed the situation was a “perfect storm”.
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Claiming she has been “drowning herself in alcohol, he added: “She was just burying herself in her own depression and issues, hoping alcohol would disguise the pain and hurt.”
Police facts state that, after her arrest and while in police custody, Ow-Yang “made verbal comments about wanting to die and having no purpose in life”. Ow-Yang has issued a guilty plea.
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Magistrate Rodney Brender convicted Ow-Yang and sentenced her to a two-year community corrections order. She was fined $1000 (£520). She will also have to pay for the two damaged vehicles.
Her licence was disqualified for nine months, after which she will spend 24 months with an interlock device. This means her car won’t start without an under-the-limit breathalyser result.
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