A teenage mother who vowed to clean up her act after a drunken car crash is in trouble with the law again.
Isabelle Marlor escaped a jail sentence on Wednesday after she stole and crashed a tradesman's car while possessing ice - just a week after giving birth.
In 2016 she was given two-and-a-half years probation after she crashed onto a footpath while driving drunk, pregnant and without a licence on the Gold Coast.
Marlor was sentenced at Southport Magistrates Court this week to 18 months in prison for breaching her probation order.
She was also sentenced for unlawful use of a motor vehicle, possessing dangerous drugs and breaching bail conditions, the Gold Coast Bulletin reported.
Isabelle Marlor escaped a jail sentence after she stole and crashed a tradesman's car while possessing ice - just a week after giving birth
Magistrate Dermott Kehoe warned Marlor that if she committed any further crimes while on parole she would end up in prison
She was granted immediate release on parole.
The court heard Marlor was walking the streets in Hope Island on August 7