Can social media be used in traffic court cases?

Question Details: A person ran a red light she actually went around the person in front of her who stopped at the light and went into oncoming traffic. My car was the oncoming traffic and there was a huge 3 car accident. Her insurance agreed there was no question she was at fault and agreed to reimburse and fortunately I was not injured. The police told me to not show up the traffic court so her tickets could get dropped. However, I don't want the ticket to get dropped. She is on social media in the form of vlogs and tweets and posts where she often talks about how she cuts off people, she hates slow drivers, she's always flipping people off, etc. I am seeking no damages but she needs help and counseling or her driving anger is going to get someone killed. My accident was very bad, however it could have just as easily been a bicyclist or a kid in that intersection. I am not seeking damages, but how do I report this in traffic court or to her insurer so she gets the appropriate punishment/help?

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