Drunk driver tries to escape arrest by telling cops shes a clean, thoroughbred white girl

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A drunk driver tried to escape being arrested by telling police that shes a very clean, thoroughbred, white girl, it is claimed.

Lauren Elizabeth Cutshaw, 32, is also reported to have insisted she shouldnt be arrested because she was a cheerleader, dancer and sorority girl who attended a highly accredited university.

But her entitled excuses cut no ice an officer at a police station afterwards, and prompted him to ask her What that had to do with anything.

Lauren Elizabeth Cutshaw is said to have implied she was too white to be arrested after being pulled over by cops on suspicion of drink driving (Picture: Beaufort County Detention Center)

Cutshaw then reportedly replied: Youre a cop, you should know what that means.

She is said to have added: Youre a cop, you should know based on the people that come in this room.

Real estate agent Cutshaw, who is said to have had a blood alcohol level of .18 per cent – more than double the legal limit – kept claiming that my partner is a cop, according to a police report.

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She told officers she had been trying to get to his house when she was pulled over near Bluffton, SC., on Saturday.

Cutshaw, who was more than twice the legal limit, also confessed that she may have smoked weed earlier the same evening (Picture: Facebook)

The suspected drink driver told cops shed had two glasses of wine in a restaurant earlier that evening to celebrate her birthday.

And Cutshaw is also said to have conceded that she may have smoked pot earlier the same evening, after weed and rolling papers were found in her car.

She was later jailed on charges including drunk driving, speeding and marijuana possession – partly because of her own incriminating statements.

Concluding his report, the arresting officer wrote: Making statements such as these as a means to justify not being arrested are unusual in my experience as a law enforcement officer and I believe further demonstrate the suspects level of intoxication

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