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On your bike M50 chase accused Gemma Greene says it's not 'a Mercedes but she'll do' as she signs on using bike

She was ordered to hand over her passport, stay sober, obey a curfew and stay out of Ballymun as part of her bail conditions.

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Gemma Greene at Dublin District Court yesterday. Photo: Collins Courts

Gemma Greene at Dublin District Court yesterday. Photo: Collins Courts

Gemma Greene at Dublin District Court yesterday. Photo: Collins Courts

THE woman accused of being involved in a high speed chase on the M50 swapped her Mercedes for a bicycle as she signed on at her local garda station.

Gemma Greene, 24, from Bunratty Road, Coolock, had more bail restrictions applied when she appeared in Dublin District Court this week.

She was ordered to hand over her passport, stay sober, obey a curfew and stay out of Ballymun as part of her bail conditions.

Greene has used publicity around the case to promote herself on social media and through a subscription OnlyFans account.

She posted a video of her cycling to her local garda station this week as she doesn’t currently have access to her Mercedes.

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 Gemma Greene pictured leaving Dublin District Court this morning. Pic Collins Courts

Gemma Greene pictured leaving Dublin District Court this morning. Pic Collins Courts

Gemma Greene pictured leaving Dublin District Court this morning. Pic Collins Courts

“[It’s not] a Mercedes but she’ll do,” she said on a post which she had tagged “forgot to sign on”.

She has been charged with two counts of dangerous driving, on the M50 at junctions 4 and 9 northbound.

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She posted a video of her cycling to her local garda station this week

She posted a video of her cycling to her local garda station this week

She posted a video of her cycling to her local garda station this week

At her last court appearance she complained about her bail conditions.

“Why do I have to stay out of Ballymun? You are taking this very personal, you are.

"Why don’t you tell them you were pinching the back off me when you were arresting me."

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Gemma Greene

Gemma Greene

Gemma Greene

She was ordered to leave a court room at a previous hearing after gardai told the court she had recently been Spain and had not completed her quarantine.

Garda Jane Keegan this week told Dublin District Court that a file had been sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions and directions are outstanding.

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