‘Drunk driver’ Jessica Beauvais says ‘f**k the police’ & downs shots in video HOURS before ‘killing cop in hit-and-run’

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DRUNK DRIVER who reportedly killed a cop in a hit-and-run in New York City on Monday shared a live stream of herself bashing the police while drinking.

Thirty-two-year-old Jessica Beauvais posted about a two-hour video on her Facebook page in which she spoke about Derek Chauvin’s trial who was convicted for killing George Floyd, according to the Daily Mail.

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She told police when she was arrested around 2.30am that she had been downing vodka during the broadcast[/caption]

She filmed herself hours before she fatally hit NYPD highway officer Anastasios Tsakos, 43, and fled the scene.

In the video which is part of Face the Reality radio show, Beauvais was saying “F**k the police” while she was drinking Vodka shots and vaping.

Beauvais who was accused of fatally running over Tsakos gave a tearful apology on Tuesday as she was led away in handcuffs.

She was filmed sobbing as she walked out from the 107th Precinct in Queens for her arraignment on Tuesday in the death of the cop.

“I’m sorry,” a tearful Beauvais cried to a crowd of reporters as she was escorted into the back of a patrol vehicle in handcuffs.

“I’m sorry that I hit him and now he’s dead,” she is heard saying in footage of the exchange, shot by the NY Daily News.

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On the night he died, Tsakos had been directing traffic on the Long Island Expressway as he and other officers investigated the scene of another fatal crash[/caption]

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She filmed herself hours before she fatally hit NYPD highway officer[/caption]

Hours earlier, Tsakos had been directing traffic on the Long Island Expressway as he and other officers investigated the scene of another fatal crash.

Tsakos was standing next to his patrol car at around 2am when the driver of a Volkswagen veered and fatally struck the officer, NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea said on Tuesday.

Shea said the driver swerved towards the cop to avoid hitting other vehicles.

Tsakos, meanwhile, was taken to an area hospital, but he died from his injuries shortly after arriving.

“We stand here this morning reminded once again, in law enforcement, there is no such thing as a routine job,” Shea said.

“We stand here devastated and trying to pick up the pieces of what is a shattered home and a shattered NYPD family.”

Beauvais, of Hempstead, New York, was identified as the driver of the Volkswagen and was apprehended nearby.

She was intoxicated and driving with a suspended license at the time of the fatal collision, police said.

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The 32-year-old also faces two misdemeanor charges: driving while intoxicated and reckless driving[/caption]

Beauvais has been slapped with several federal charges, including two counts of vehicular manslaughter, reckless endangerment, fleeing an officer in a motor vehicle, leaving an accident resulting in death, aggravated unlicensed operator, and aggravated unlicensed operator involving alcohol.

The 32-year-old also faces two misdemeanor charges: driving while intoxicated and reckless driving.

While being led out from the 107th Precinct earlier this afternoon, Beauvais was asked by reporters where she had been in the moments before the crash.

“I was coming from the studio,” she said as the car door was closing. “I do a podcast.”

In the latest episode of her podcast, published to Facebook on Monday night, Beauvais is heard spouting anti-police sentiments and is seen drinking from a plastic cup.

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Police Benevolent Association remembered Tsakos as a beloved member of the NYPD[/caption]

She told police when she was arrested around 2.30am that she had been downing vodka during the broadcast, the NY Post reported.

At least one of her podcast episodes opens with the with background music from N.W.A.’s famed rap hit, ‘F**k tha Police’.

Reacting to Tsako’s death on Tuesday, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the cop “is dead because he was at an accident where people had driven recklessly also with a suspended license.”

“We see here a horrendous pattern — people doing the wrong thing and other people dead because of it, and one of them a hero officer,” he said.

Facebook/Jessica Beauvais

At least one of her podcast episodes opens with the with background music from N.W.A.’s famed rap hit, ‘F**k tha Police’[/caption]


“A hero officer who did everything right in his life for us. And he is dead because of other people’s negligence.”

Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch remembered Tsakos as a beloved member of the NYPD who was well respected by his colleagues.

“In the police department, there are two compliments that you can give a fellow police officer that top no other,” he said. “He’s a cop’s cop and he’s a good guy. You heard them both in this emergency room.”

Source: The Sun

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