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An aspiring model has been arrested after she allegedly offered lap-dances to “random citizens” outside a bar and threatened to assault paramedics who had been sent to assess her condition.
Police were called after Olivia Taylor-Washek was seen “stumbling on the sidewalk and attempting to give random citizens lap dances outside of a business” on Central Avenue in St Petersburg, Florida, at around 8.30pm on Sunday, April 24.
Taylor-Washek, 28, allegedly went on to invite arresting officers to “bang” her on the pavement as they pleaded with her to call a friend or relative to come and collect her.
Taylor-Washek, who is currently second in her group in a Maxim cover girl competition was “highly intoxicated” according to a police report.
Because of the young woman’s condition officers called for medical assistance but the aspiring cover girl threatened “to punch paramedics if they touched her".
The officers then offered to walk Taylor-Washek home, but she “continued to yell profanities” at them while also protesting that the police wanted to shoot her, according to a police report seen by The Smoking Gun.
Taylor-Washek was eventually arrested for disorderly intoxication, a misdemeanour offence, and released from the county jail on her own recognisance the following afternoon.
The brief brush with the law doesn’t appear to have hurt Taylor-Washek’s standing in the $25,000 Maxim cover girl competition.
The Florida model, who claims to be a master mini golfer, and can “wiggle her nose like a bunny” is currently second in her group.
The overall winner of the public vote not only nets $25,000 (just under £18,000) but will also be the subject of a shoot with top photographer Gilles Bensimon and appear on the cover of the popular US men’s magazine.
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