Driver’s Ed Teacher Gets Hit with a DUI

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    A South Carolina high school assistant principal and driver’s ed teacher was charged with driving under the influence (ironic, eh?) after an incident that occurred early in the wee hours of the morning on December 20th. A Summerville police officer stopped a Nissan Pathfinder after getting word that the driver was repeatedly falling asleep. Witnesses said that they had woke up the intoxicated female — 40-year-old Christie Bailey O’Rear — but then she drove away.

    When the officer pulled over the vehicle, the driver was going 25 MPH in a 55 MPH zone — and crossing over into oncoming traffic. That’s not exactly safe, as she has certainly taught countless students.

    Though Christie Bailey O’Rear said she only had a couple beers, the police report said her speech was slurred, her eyes were bloodshot and she smelled of alcohol. The Summerville High School assistant principal failed several field sobriety tests and refused the Breathalyzer. She was booked and charged with DUI by Dorchester County Sheriff’s deputies.

    Here are some pictures of this poor excuse of a role model:


    Christie Bailey O'Rear

    Christie Bailey O'Rear

    Christie Bailey O'Rear

    Christie Bailey O'Rear

    Christie Bailey O'Rear

    Christie Bailey O'Rear

    Christie Bailey O'Rear

    Christie Bailey O'Rear

    Christie Bailey O'Rear

     

    (source: facebook.com)

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      • Bordeaux Vixen

        Same thing happened at my high school. I guess administrators can’t practice what they preach.

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