Former X- factor hopeful found drunk with a baby on front seat of her car.


 Former X -Factor hopeful found drunk with a baby on the front seat of her car.

Olympia Bea Dyson was sadly thought to have been described as a woman who binge drank without limits. She was arrested by police in Wellington Street Louth after a concerned resident tipped off police.

She was found drunk at the wheel of her Mercedes and had a baby on the front seat. She lashed out at police.  She is struggling with alcohol problems and had been arrested twice in two weeks. The first time police found her in her car with the baby on the front seat in Louth they discovered the child’s car seat in the boot. She was 15 miles from her home in Horncastle and was asking locals for directions to Skegness. Empty bottles of wine and beer were found in the car and the engine was still warm even though she claimed to have been parked up for hours.

When police went to breathalyse her it is believed that she threw the machine on the ground and attacked the police as they arrested her. She was almost three times over the legal limit. Then nine days later she was drunk and fighting with another woman in Market Deeping she was abusive and was arrested again and is believed to have kicked the police officer on her thigh.

When she was a teenager she had won through two auditions for the 2010 X-Factor.  Olympia Bea Dyson 25, of Meadow Horncastle, admitted drink-driving, being drunk while in charge of a child and assaulting a Police Officer in the first incident which was on August 8th. In the second incident on August 17th, she also admitted being drunk and disorderly and assaulting a police officer. She was given a community order in January in a separate incident for assaulting a police officer and has only completed five of the 60 hours of an unpaid work order. It is believed that she is an alcoholic and comes from a family of alcoholics who binge drink without limits.

She cannot remember either incident but has realised she has a problem and has contacted agencies to help her with her alcohol addiction. She was given a 24-week prison sentence suspended for one year, and she was banned from driving for two years. If she takes a drink drivers rehabilitation course it will reduce her ban by six months. She is also to undergo 25 rehabilitation days, pay £50 in compensation to each police officer, and pay £207 in costs and charges.


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