A has-been model whose claims to fame are Oil of Olay ads and a Pauly Shore movie somehow thought she had the juice to name-drop her way out of a DWI arrest after crashing her Porsche in Manhattan, police sources said on Friday.Dara Tomanovich, 45, who has had a mostly obscure modeling career since she was 18, told cops she knew former Mayor Michael Bloomberg and warned them she could have their badges during her sloppy brush with the law, the sources said.A spokesman for Bloomberg did not return calls for comment about his pal, who lists herself as “an entrepreneur with a keen eye for design and talent” as CEO of New York-based company Innovative Projects.
She has also appeared in numerous other TV shows and worked with Donald Trump advertising his now-defunct Trump University, which is being sued by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman.
Tomanovich, who lives in Chelsea, hung up on a Post reporter when reached on her cellphone for comment.
The former lingerie model boasts on her Web site about her lead role in Pauly Shore’s 1996 stoner dud “Bio-Dome,” as well as appearing in a Fiat commercial with George Clooney.
She had a small role in the 2012 flick “Being Flynn,” starring Robert De Niro and Julianne Moore.
She was charged with DWI and released without bail.
In 2009, she was spotted dining with the ex-mayor and others at Soho hot spot Raoul’s, Page Six reported at the time.
He started showing his passion for broadcasting from his days at Elder High School.
He along with his friend worked for a radio program in school.
When he was 26, Bill traveled to different parts of the world for a year.
He traveled to Egypt, India, Vietnam, Nepal, Israel, Eastern Europe and China.
Bill then joined Fox News in the year 2005 and has presented numerous important news events and stories for the network since then.