February 5, 2023

Rosie Jacobs kicked off the new year by apologizing for her “stupid decisions” after she was reportedly caught driving her Audi Q3 in Sydney with a suspended licence.

The 43-year-old, who is the ex-wife of former Today weather forecaster Steve Jacobs, blamed her recent breast reconstruction surgery and PTSD for the blunder after she was pulled over while driving to the hospital.

The travel journalist, who just got sober for a year after a high-profile alcohol battle, said in an Instagram post on Tuesday that she “regrets” her choices.

Rosie Jacobs (pictured) kicked off the new year by apologizing for her ‘stupid decisions’ after she was reportedly caught driving her Audi Q3 in Sydney with a suspended driver’s license

‘Start of a new year, start of a few new resolutions. And again, my health must come first,” she captioned a photo of her hugging her dachshund George.

‘I’m proud to say I quit alcohol in 2021 and still love every day, even the hard ones – because life can still throw some curveballs!

“What most of you won’t know is that I had multiple surgeries on my left breast in the middle of last year – I ended up having it removed and reconstructed.

“It was traumatic — physically and emotionally — and there were long periods of not knowing what the outcome would be.”

The 43-year-old ex-wife of former Today weatherman Steve Jacobs blamed her recent breast reconstruction surgery and PTSD for the blunder after she was pulled over while driving to the hospital

The 43-year-old ex-wife of former Today weatherman Steve Jacobs blamed her recent breast reconstruction surgery and PTSD for the blunder after she was pulled over while driving to the hospital

Rosie went on to say that the surgery and breakup of her marriage had left her with “high anxiety” and a diagnosis of “PTSD.”

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She said she “made some stupid decisions to drive my car to the hospital after surgery while I had a suspended driver’s license.” I regret that decision. I was in a lot of pain.’

Unable to “undo those moments,” Rosie said she wanted to start over and expressed “gratitude for the world I live in, for the amazing team of specialists that stand behind me, and for the proactive work I choose to do.” to do with my own mental problems. health and happiness.’

The travel journalist, who just got sober for a year after a high-profile alcohol battle, said in an Instagram post on Tuesday that she

The travel journalist, who just got sober for a year after a high-profile alcohol battle, said in an Instagram post on Tuesday that she “regrets” her choices. (She is pictured with her ex-husband Steve Jacobs in Sydney on May 23, 2013)

She concluded her post by attacking the press for covering her alleged traffic violation, and praised the “handful of incredible women in recovery” she sponsors.

Jacobs was reportedly caught with her driver’s license suspended three times in three months, including two in four days.

Rosie was behind the wheel of her white SUV in downtown Darlinghurst on August 25 when police discovered she was not allowed on the road.

'Start of a new year, start of a few new resolutions.  And again, my health comes first,

‘Start of a new year, start of a few new resolutions. And again, my health comes first,” Rosie captioned a photo of her hugging her dachshund George.

The single mother of two had previously had her driver’s license denied in August 2021, but she was allowed to drive under “good behavior conditions,” which had been granted until August last year.

“Since the time she applied for and was granted terms of good conduct, (Jacobs) has committed five traffic violations, which invalidate her terms of good conduct,” court documents said.

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Her license was subsequently suspended from May 13, 2022 to March 12, 2023 due to an accumulation of demerit points for multiple violations.

Rosie was allegedly caught driving with her license suspended three times in three months, including two in four days.  She was behind the wheel of her white SUV in downtown Darlinghurst on August 25 when police discovered she was not allowed on the road

Rosie was allegedly caught driving with her license suspended three times in three months, including two in four days. She was behind the wheel of her white SUV in downtown Darlinghurst on August 25 when police discovered she was not allowed on the road