An anti-vax nurse has once again evaded prison despite repeatedly flouting traffic laws since 2014 and racking up thousands of dollars in unpaid fines. Zoe Schoderboeck appeared in Busselton Magistrates Court on Tuesday to plead guilty to charges of driving without a licence and giving false details to police. On February 17, the mother of three was stopped driving at 9pm and when asked for her details, gave police her sister’s name, citing the differences with the licence picture being a 7kg weight gain. It was revealed the woman had been on a suspended imprisonment sentence at the time, issued less than three weeks prior in the same court after she was caught driving on separate occasions in October, November and December. The court was also told her history of driving without a licence dated back to 2014, her licence was currently suspended until June 2025 and she had spent a week in prison in 2019 due to more than $30,000 in traffic fines. Addressing the court unrepresented, Schoderboeck told the court she was in an unending cycle of waiting due to licence suspensions and was unable to pay fines due to losing her nursing jobs thanks to her anti-vax stance. She also admitted to shoplifting due to her lack of income and had more driving offences upcoming in the courts. Despite the woman’s continued disregard for road rules, Magistrate Benjamin Tyers re-sentenced her to a suspended imprisonment order. “I can only imagine when you pleaded to these three driving charges on February 1, the magistrate gave you a bit of a warning, letting you know that any more of this sort of driving, you’d go to jail ... because that’s where you’re at, you’re at jail,” he said. “Sometimes people think that driving without a licence isn’t a big deal but (it is). “I accept you’ve got things going on in your life, which is why I’m going to suspend the jail term. “It couldn’t be clearer now, you simply cannot be driving.” Schoderboeck’s seven-month term was suspended for nine months and her licence was once again suspended.