Model and recovering alcoholic fails to show up to court after being charged with stealing a $20 pink and yellow Christian Dior handbag from a Salvation Army store

A warrant has been issued for the capture of a display from New Zealand who fizzled to show up in court for professedly taking a $20 pink a yellow Christian Dior satchel from a Salvation Armed force store.
Sophia Nash, 27, from Auckland, was due to show up in Auckland Locale Court on Wednesday morning on charges of theft, driving while excluded what’s more, rupturing a community-work order, The New Zealand Proclaim reported.
Police say that on February 24 Ms Nash stole a $20 pink what’s more, yellow Christian Dior pack from a Salvation Armed force store in the suburb of Mt Eden. She was at that point professedly gotten driving while disqualified.
She was too due to confront charges of rupturing a court requested sentence of group work, concurring to The New Zealand Herald.
However, Ms Nash, who has combat liquor abuse in the past, did not appear what’s more, is presently being looked for by police.
Earlier this year the previous design display told the Every day Mail Australia how she had battled with liquor fixation what’s more, how it had in the long run driven her to jail.
In May 2014, Ms Nash chosen to drive after drinking three glasses of wine. 

She composed off her auto in an following crash what’s more, was charged with drink-driving what’s more, rupturing her safeguard conditions. She was condemned to two weeks in prison. 
Prior to the episode she was eight months sober. 
‘That was a enormous wake-up call, I keep in mind strolling into the jail what’s more, somebody hollered out my name… it was a young lady I met at the point when I was to start with put in the cells for detox a maybe a couple months ago,’ she said at the time.
‘That’s at the point when I thought ‘wow, I’m as a matter of fact truly here now.’
Ms Nash, who has two children, had a also terrible auto mishap where she slammed into a house after drinking in 2012.

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