#PrisonBae: Move Over Sarah Seawright, This Woman Arrested in Just a Bra Is Your New Gangsta Boo

#PrisonBae: Move Over Sarah Seawright, This Woman Arrested in Just a Bra Is Your New Gangsta Boo

The reason for her half-naked arrest is equally as crazy as her attire.

Published July 14th

A Florida woman has recently joined the infamous list of prison baes after her semi-nude arrest became a viral sensation.

25 year-old Brianda Mayeli Ramirez was arrested last week after she intentionally crashed her car into the truck of her ex-boyfriend. Gabriel Sandoval, Ramirez’s former lover, told authorities that she was upset after he said he wanted to end their relationship of one year.

However, Ramirez went on to tell authorities that the two had just finished having sex when he tried to dump her and leave her alone at her house. So she threw on a bra — and only a bra — and followed him in her car.

After she hit Sandoval’s truck with her car, it flipped over onto its roof with him still inside. She then drove off and left the scene of the accident. Ramirez was later found by police and was arrested, still only wearing bra.

She was then taken into the police station and photographed for police records. Now that her mugshots have been made public, one can only assume that she knocked Sarah Seawright off the top spot for prison bae. If you don’t remember, Seawright was arrested in Arkansas for failing to appear in court and her mugshot quickly broke the internet.

There’s a new prison bae in town and she goes by the name of Brianda Ramirez. However, neither Ramirez or Seawright will ever topple the original gangster of hot convicts, Jeremy Meeks.

Meeks, whose original mugshot gained the attention of everyone, including modeling agencies, has now been released and he's already landed modeling gigs in LA.

Who knows, after Ramirez and Seawright sort out their legal matters, they could have a future in front of the camera too.

Written by Rachel Herron

(Photos from left: PALM BEACH COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE, PULASKI COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT)

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