A WOMAN was pulled over by police twice in 24 hours, both times pretending to be her sister who she was living with at the time, a court has heard.
Lauren Lee Conroy, 26, from Wheatsheaf, was a disqualified driver at the time and, on the first occasion was caught travelling more than 20km/h over the speed limit.
Conroy appeared in Ballarat Magistrates Court this morning where she pleaded guilty to two counts of driving while disqualified, two counts of failing to produce her licence on request and exceeding the 80km speed limit.
Police prosecutor Senior Constable Clint Prebble said Conroy was caught speeding on the Daylesford-Malmsbury Road near Musk on the night of December 1 last year.
She was estimated to have been driving at 105km/h in an 80km/h zone.
When intercepted Conroy said she didn't have her wallet with her, then gave her sister's details.
The following day police again intercepted Conroy, this time with the knowledge of her true identity.
Conroy again gave her sister's details which police rejected.
Magistrate Michelle Hodgson said it was "disturbing" that Conroy had tried to shift blame onto her sister and housemate.
"I hope you've born the brunt of her anger," Ms Hodgson said. "Quite rightly you're off the road because you're dangerous."
Conroy was fined $800 with conviction.