It’s The Fast & The Furious: FDR.
A boozed up homeless woman with a millionaire’s taste in cars ripped off four different rides — including three Mercedes Benz’s — as she burned rubber down an eight-mile stretch of Manhattan’s east side, police said.
Aludein Marks’ carjacking spree began at around 7:15 p.m. Friday near the intersection of 5th Avenue and East 74th Street, where she jumped in the passenger seat of a gray Mercedes Benz sedan and ordered a stunned motorist out of the car, authorities said.
The pair wrestled for control before the driver fell out, and Marks took the wheel, sources said.
She then drove south toward the FDR, striking an occupied car near East 68th Street and York Avenue and another near East 62nd Street and 2nd Avenue without slowing down.
She switched gears at East 41st St., upgrading the sedan for a black Mercedes Benz G-class SUV, by shoving its driver away from the car, sources said.
But a Toyota Corolla got in her way near East 34th Street. She slammed into it, and the impact caused the $130,900 Benz to flip over, police said.
Undeterred, Marks jumped out and spotted a driver sitting inside a third Mercedes Benz. She quickly snatched the man’s cell phone, and when he got out to confront her, she got in and floored it, sources said.
After flattening several of the tires, Marks abandoned the Benz at East 26th St. and jacked a fourth set of wheels—this time from a Good Samaritan who had stopped to help her, cops said.
Marks hopped into that man’s silver Toyota Camry and took off, plowing into at least 15 more cars as she sped downtown.
Her roughly eight mile run ended when she crashed that car into a barrier across from City Hall, where cops on City Hall security detail caught up to her and placed her under arrest at about 7:45 p.m.
Marks—who has a long rap sheet of at least four felonies and 13 misdemeanors, sources said—was hit was a slew of charges, including three counts of robbery, four counts of grand larceny auto, driving while intoxicated, and operating a vehicle while drug-impaired.
Police said the woman appeared to be drunk —but she refused a breathalyzer. She was not found to be carrying any weapons.
Marks, who is transgender, appeared in an NBC segment about homeless LGBT teens in 2014.
“This life, it gets depressing,” said Marks, who told the station she goes by the name ‘Diamond’.
“One of my hardest times for me on the street was in the winter,” she said then.
“You have to go based off your natural human instincts of survival.”
She has been homeless since her last stint at the Vernon C. Bain Correctional Center in the Bronx, authorities said.
Marks was taken to New York Presbyterian-Lower Manhattan Hospital for observation.
Four other people sustained minor injuries, cops said.