Suspected drunk driver confronted after running over biker

A suspected drunk driver was confronted Friday morning just moments after slamming into a motorcyclist and running her car off an embankment on the Southfield Freeway. She was arrested and he's in the hospital, critically injured.

In the video, the woman can be heard saying she's a stripper and didn't know what was going on.

When the man who recorded the confrontation with her told her what happened, she denied being in an accident. Police say the accident knocked the man out cold and broke several bones in his body.

The video continues with her denying the car was hers and then she said "Blame it on me"

The accident happened on the Southfield freeway and she then hopped over to the service drive where she reportedly tried to flag down a vehicle and leave the scene.

In the video, she tells the man recording to call 911. When he said they did, she runs from the area. Sean Parks was the man on the other side of the camera and said he didn't want to touch her.

"I was trying to get her to stay, but she was so covered in fluids I didn't want to touch her, I just wanted her to stay and do the right thing," Parks said.

Parks rides a motorcycle himself and followed the woman until police arrived, then gave his video to police when they arrived.

"I know people who have been killed and sometimes people run away and have gotten away and some people haven't. I didn't think it would be right for her to get away like that, she needed to face up to what she had done," Parks said.

The unnamed woman remains in custody and is awaiting charges while the unnamed motorcyclist continues recovering from his injuries.

Due to the graphic nature of the video, FOX 2 has chosen not to show the entire video from the accident.