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10-year-old busts mom for driving drunk after ‘Lion King’ screening 

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2019-09-11 03:57
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10-year-old busts mom for driving drunk after ‘Lion King’ screening






A sloshed Arizona mommy didn’t know best — but at least her “heroic” young daughter did, police said.

The 10-year-old girl took video of her mother —  and then called cops in Glendale to report that the elder was too drunk to drive home from a Saturday screening of “The Lion King,” KTVK reports.

Stephanie Davis, 31, of Glendale, was busted on suspicion of aggravated DUI after her daughter called police and showed cops footage of her behind the wheel as three children under the age of 15 screamed for her to stop driving, according to court documents obtained by the station.

Cops found Davis reeking of alcohol and with bloodshot, watery eyes, as well as a flushed face and slurred speech. She was also so unsteady on her feet that she had to be supported by officers when she walked and fell down as she got out of a police vehicle, court documents show.

Davis, who was driving her daughter and 4-year-old nieces at the time, praised the girl’s decision to call cops and confessed that she was too inebriated to drive after drinking wine earlier in the day.

“She was very heroic, she absolutely did the right thing,” Davis said of her 10-year-old. “I did go to the movies and I did consume my wine … very wrong, it is so easy to make an honest-to-God mistake.”

Davis’ daughter, meanwhile, said she knew she had to take action after seeing her mom ignore the speed limit while driving “really fast,” she told KTVK.

“I called police and I’m like, ‘My mom is not OK, I know she’s drunk, she’s driving crazy,’” the girl recalled.

Davis, who refused to take field sobriety tests, had a blood sample taken after a warrant was issued. She was released on her own recognizance and is expected back in court on Sept. 23, the Arizona Republic reports.

Davis said she’s “disgusted” by her behavior and was incredibly thankful that no one was hurt by her actions.

“Just don’t do it,” she told KTVK of driving while drunk. “Just save the wine for at home. It’s fun and nice to have while watching the movies, but it’s not worth the risk [of] anyone else’s life.”

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