Lauren Elizabeth Cutshaw pictures,bloodshot eyes begging cops not to send her to jail
Lauren Elizabeth Cutshaw, 32, begged police not to send her to prison because she's a 'pretty girl' when she was stopped in Bluffton, South Carolina on Saturday night
Cutshaw, 32, was jailed on charges including drunken driving, speeding and marijuana possession
Police said Cutshaw had glassy, bloodshot eyes and was slurring her words when they pulled her over in Bluffton on Saturday after spotting her speeding through a stop sign at 60 mph
According to her LinkedIn page, Custhaw has a Bachelorâ€™s degree in business administration from Louisiana State University, where she was philanthropy chairman at Delta Zeta sorority
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