If You Run Over Your Boyfriend You Probably Need An Alcohol Awareness Class

by: Mike Miller

When you hear a story about a woman running over her boyfriend you automatically think she was one pissed off female. When the boyfriend died to the injuries sustained in the incident you are even more certain of the motivations. You might be wrong. Take the following case for example.

Allison Ryan Chambliss was so drunk that she didn't immediately realize she had run over her boyfriend and killed him with her SUV.

Filled with remorse, the 26-year-old Chambliss pleaded no contest to driving under the influence (DUI) manslaughter in the death of Jeremy Honarvar Adams, who was killed June 16, just one month before his 21st birthday. This according to the Orlando Sentinal.

The crash happened when Adams and Chambliss were on their way to his home from a bar just before 3 a.m. They had been drinking for a couple of hours.

Adams was in front of Chambliss's sport utility vehicle on his motorcycle when she ran him down. She drove two blocks before realizing Adams was no longer in front of her.

Chambliss's blood-alcohol level was .243, more than three times the legal limit of .08.

Adams had struggles with alcoholism at such a young age. His parents had begged both he and Chambliss to seek help for their drinking problems. Alas, it was too late and many lives will never be the same.

Chambliss will spend the next seven years behind bars and her driving privileges were permanently revoked.