Nicole Ponsetto drives Range Rover, stopped by Ventura Country cops

Nicole Claudine Ponsetto, 43, is doing a poor job at hiding her daughter Miya Taylor Ponsetto, 22. They were both recently spotted outside their house in Piru, California, United States.

Dubbed the SoHo Karen and the Arlo Hotel Karen, Miya is wanted by the New York Police Department. On December 26, 2020, she attacked African-American jazz musician Keyon Harrold, 40, and his son Keyon Harrold Jr., 14, at the Arlo SoHo Boutique Hotel in New York City, New York, USA.

On January 3, 2021, Nicole drove a black Range Rover as she travelled through Fillmore, California, USA to her house in Piru. She was spotted by Daily Mail photographers being pulled over by deputies from Ventura County Sheriff’s Office twice.

Nicole was maskless. She wore a face mask after her interaction with one of the deputies.

A little later, Nicole was stopped again by another officer just a few miles from her house in Piru. It was not clear why she was pulled over again.

Paparazzi were there that day but Nicole told them they were wasting their time because Miya had left Piru. However, the two were later seen pulling up into the driveway of their house, TMZ reported.

The bond between Nicole and Miya is undeniable. Months before becoming The SoHo Karen and The Arlo Hotel Karen, the daughter was arrested twice.

The first incident took place at The Peninsula Beverly Hills, a 5-star hotel on South Santa Monica Boulevard in Beverly Hills, California, where Nicole and Miya checked in. On February 28, 2020, they were no longer guests at the hotel but they refused to leave and they were both intoxicated.

Beverly Hills Police Department officers were called. Nicole pushed and kicked one of the officers so she and Miya were both arrested, law enforcement sources told TMZ.

On May 28, 2020, the West Los Angeles California Highway Patrol arrested Miya for driving with a suspended license and failure to obey traffic lane near Calabasas, California. She was charged with two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol, one count of driving on a suspended license and one count of unlawful use of a driver’s license.

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