A Summerhill woman told a magistrate she needed to tell the truth before pleading guilty to a number of charges related to high-range drink driving.
Community members contacted police with concerns about the way Cara Pullen, 46, was driving on Sunday afternoon.
Pullen was driving to the bottleshop about 12.50pm when police intercepted her. She returned a blood alcohol reading seven times the legal limit.
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Prosecutor Luke Moore said Pullen was charged, bailed, issued with an excessive drink-driving notice, her licence was taken off her and then she was taken to hospital for observation.
Two days later Pullen was again spotted driving erratically near a bottleshop at Prospect at 9.15am. The next day, May 1, a witness took photos of Pullen's driving and contacted police.
Police found her with two new bottles of vodka and she returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.324.
Pullen represented herself on Wednesday afternoon. She told Magistrate Simon Brown that she knew she was in a "fair bit of trouble", but she didn't know her licence had been disqualified.
When questioned about being issued the excessive drink-driving notice Pullen said she lost it.
The court heard Pullen had just broken up with her boyfriend,it was the anniversary of her former partner's death and her 16-year-old daughter was violent towards her.
Magistrate Brown said Pullen's matters were "dreadfully serious" and "dreadfully dangerous". Pullen was remanded to reappear for sentence on May 6.