A privately-educated City PA, who also coaches youngsters at Chelsea FC, screamed racist abuse at two police officers and kicked a third after an eight-pint night out with pals in the West End.
Natasha Malook, 23, who attended Knightsbridge's £16,500 a year More House School and works for Investec Wealth and Investment passed out on the platform of Holland Park Underground Station and missed the last train home.
Police were called by the station supervisor and officers had to handcuff Malook - who lives with her family in a detached £1m house - after she struggled and shouted: "nigger", "paki" and "black bitch" at them.
Malook,of Monkville Avenue, Hampstead Garden Suburb pleaded guilty today to two counts of using racially-aggravated threatening behaviour towards PC's Tracey Taylor-Provost and Mohammed Wahab and assaulting PC Sophie Cunning in the early hours of April 18.
Hammersmith Magistrates Court heard her arrest and prosecution had jeopardised first-time offender Malook's renewal of her football coach's license.
Prosecutor Mr. Michael Sampson said: "She went out drinking with friends and had at least eight pints of beer and was drunk. She is seen on the station's CCTV wandering around and then sits on the platform and falls asleep.
"The supervisor tries to wake her, but she doesn't respond and by now the last train has departed and at 1.05am the police are called.
"PC Wahab tried to rouse her, but there was no response and he squeezed her earlobe and she told him to stop.
"The officers told her she has missed the last train and she was clearly drunk, her speech was slurred and there was a smell of alcohol on her breath."
Malook then shouted at PC Taylor-Provost: "Why don't you just f*** off? Do you know what your problem is? You've got a chip on your shoulder 'cos you're black."
Mr. Sampson explained: "She called PC Taylor-Provost a nigger and PC Wahab a paki and continued abusing the officers, using the words: 'black bitch' and 'lesbian c***.'
"She was handcuffed and tried to kick PC Taylor-Provost and was taken to the ground and leg restraints applied."
Malook was taken to British Transport Police's custody suite, where she assaulted detention officer PC Cunning.
"After being taken to a cell the handcuffs were removed and she struggled with the officer and kicked PC Cunning ."
Malook was later questioned when she sobered up. "She admitted she was drunk and said she could not recall what she said, but accepted she had behaved badly."
Her lawyer Miss Sue Semlani told the court: "The defendant is deeply ashamed of her actions. They are out of character.
"This was an offence motivated by alcohol and knows there is no excuse and no defence. It was a drunken rant.
"She says she cannot remember many of the things she said during this drunken rampage and is apologetic.
"She knows she was uncooperative and is sorry for the language and in the heat of the moment as she is being restrained she has kicked out and injured the officer.
"She is a football coach and is due to renew her licence, but these proceedings have had a big impact on things."
Malook was fined £250 for each offence, ordered to pay £150 compensation to each officer, £300 costs and a £25 victim surcharge.