A Manhattan psychologist who once appeared on the Montel Williams Show was busted in the Hamptons for drunk driving — with her 1-year-old daughter in the car, according to an arrest report.
Jayme Albin, 47, was taken into custody Sunday morning when Sag Harbor cops found her in her Range Rover blocking an intersection with her daughter strapped into her car seat in the rear, the report shows.
When officers interviewed Albin, “her breath smelled strongly of an intoxicating beverage, her eyes were watery and bloodshot, she was extremely unsteady on her feet” and she performed poorly on several field sobriety tests, cops said. Police said the tests included a “pre-screen breath device,” but they didn’t release Albin’s blood-alcohol level.
Police responded to the scene because a woman reported that Albin, who appeared on the Montel Williams Show in 2007, was drunk when she left Sag Town Coffee on Main Street, the arrest report shows. Albin weighs 100 pounds and stands 5-foot-4, according to the report.
She was charged with driving while intoxicated, aggravated driving while intoxicated and endangering the welfare of a child under Leandra’s Law, cops said.
Leandra’s Law makes it illegal to drive with a person under 15 in a vehicle with a blood alcohol level at .08 or higher.
Albin did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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