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facing charges M50 chase woman Gemma Greene vows not go to court and to take a 'one-way flight' out of Ireland

Greene (24) is due to appear in court in connection with the incident that saw her livestreaming a high-speed chase with gardai along the M50 on March 1.

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Gemma Greene

Gemma Greene

The Dublin woman who led Gardaí on an M50 chase has said she will not to appear in court tomorrow and will instead take a "one-way flight" out of Ireland.

Gemma Greene is due to appear in court in connection with the incident that saw her livestreaming a high-speed chase with gardai along the M50 on March 1.

However, the 24-year-old - who has become a social media star - has taken to her Instagram account to brag: “One way flight booked for tomorrow morning not going no court no thank you judge I like my life as it is.”

Greene has also been using Instagram to promote her new account on the subscription-based platform OnlyFans.

OnlyFans allows viewers to pay a monthly fee to access creators’ main feeds and has been used to host adult-only content.

Last night, Greene revealed on Instagram she had already pocketed more than €5,000 from her newly set-up Only Fans account.

Green is due to appear in court tomorrow in connection with an incident which saw her pusrued by Gardaí through Dublin on the M50 to Bray, Co. Wicklow and continued all the way back to the Hampton Wood Drive area of Ballymun.

She posted a live-streamed video of the chase on her social media where she recorded herself singing to music and taunting Gardaí.

At one point in the viral video, the woman threw what is believed to be a can of deodorant out the window at the 20 Garda cars and helicopter that were following her.

Gardaí confirmed that she was arrested and taken to Ballymun Garda Station that evening, where she was later released.

Last week, Greene returned to Ireland after a week away in Spain and was allegedly fined €500 by Gardaí for non-essential travel upon her arrival in Dublin Airport.

She has previously hinted that she may leave Ireland, after posting on Instagram, ‘Moving to Spain next month one hundred percent’, alongside a 100 per cent emoji.

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