“Vodka Sam” may have deleted her Twitter account after news of her .341 BAC-fueled arrest went viral, but her Vine videos are still just a few clicks away.
Luckily, the folks over at Barstool Sports managed to obtain Vodka Sam’s Vine collection before it could be deleted. In the videos, Goudie can be seen treating a bottle of vodka as if it were a baby, using a bottle of vodka to scare her dog and staring at several half-empty bottles of vodka with a look of panic on her face. Vodka Sam’s Vine videos collection can be viewed here.
Samantha Goudie, better known these days by her Twitter nickname “Vodka Sam,” became a viral Internet star after being arrested for public intoxication at last Saturday’s football game between the University of Iowa and Northern Illinois. When police administered a breathalyzer test, Goudie reportedly recorded a .341 BAC; with that number, an Internet legend was born.
“Goudie, Samantha Lynne, 22 of Iowa City, Iowa, for Public Intox at Kinnick Stadium at 1321 hours. Goudie was stopped for trying to enter the field. Goudie was unsteady on her feet. Goudie blew .341 PBT,” the campus police report says.
Later, police released Goudie’s mug shot, apparently taken shortly after her arrest. In the mug shot, the University of Iowa student looks noticeably dazed and required a police officer to hold up the sign that displayed her name. Like the story of her .341 BAC, Vodka Sam’s mug shot went viral.
Initially, “Vodka Sam” seemed to be proud of her exploits. The 22-year-old took to Twitter shortly after her arrest to brag about her .341 BAC, and gained tens of thousands of new followers in the process. “Just went to jail #yolo,” Goudie wrote after her arrest. “I'm going to get .341 tattooed on me because its [sic] so epic.”
However, an influx of “hate tweets” prompted Goudie to briefly deactivate her Twitter account, the aptly named “@Vodka_samm.” After a brief return to the social media world, “Vodka Sam” appears to have deleted her Twitter account entirely earlier this week.
We've included a personal favorite from Vodka Sam's Vines below. For the full assortment, click here.
[h/t Barstool Sports]
Tom Barrabi is a reporter for the International Business Times. He graduated from Fairfield University in 2011, and has also written for Men's Fitness, Complex, GuySpeed, and...