'I didn't run, I chased. You': Naked woman tells Montana state trooper

A naked woman reportedly led state troopers on a high-speed chase in Montana, but she claimed she was chasing the authorities when she was arrested, according to court documents.

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"I didn't run, I chased. You," Lisa Christine Walter, 38, of Yellowstone County, allegedly told Montana State Trooper Brennan Plucker. The exchange was included as part of an affidavit filed in Yellowstone County Justice Court on May 28, KULR reported.

Walter also allegedly groped Plucker, according to court documents.

According to the Montana Highway Patrol, Walter was driving eastbound on I-90 at a high speed and was drifting over into the passing lane and onto the shoulder of the highway around 2:10 a.m. on May 28, KULR reported.

Plucker said Walter, driving a gray sedan, nearly left the road and almost hit a car that had pulled over on the shoulder of the highway after seeing the trooper's lights flashing, according to court documents.

Walter allegedly reached speeds of nearly 100 mph before stopping on the shoulder, KULR reported. She then put her car in reverse and traveled westbound before crashing into a right-of-way fence, the television station reported.

When Plucker approached the vehicle, he noticed the driver was naked. According to court documents, when Plucker asked Walter why she had run, she allegedly answered, "I didn't run, I chased. You."

Walter also allegedly told the trooper she was “coming from my house and going to my other house, it's kind of like back to the future.”

While the trooper was trying to cover Walter with clothing, she allegedly groped him, according to court documents, telling the trooper, "Sometimes I get frisky."

Walter was charged with driving under the influence, KULR reported.