Sugagababe Amelle Berrabah arrested for DUI

Amelle, 26, was admitted last year into rehab for her “severe nervous exhaustion”. Even so, she was pulled over by police officers on Thursday at 5:23am in London.

According to a spokesperson statement, “Amelle Berrabah, 26, will appear on bail at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on October 8 charged with driving with excess alcohol.”

Another source said: “Amelle was beating the door, going absolutely mental. You could hear her screaming and Tom saying, “For f**** sake calm down.”

Nevertheless, the singer wrote on her Twitter page: “I can’t believe what’s being said! I’m so sad this has happened to me.

“I got up to do my normal 6am jog – you guys know this as I twitter about it all the time! I’d been out the night before for drinks with friends and got stopped on my way to meet my personal trainer and it was obviously still In my system.

“I’m sooo angry with myself I felt fine and had a coffee.Why do papers always write horrid stuff on me I feel like I’m going rock bottom again.”

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Lindsay Lohan handcuffed and sent to jail

This could be the longest stay after failing two mandatory drug tests – in one she tested positive for cocaine and the other for Adderall – and could be sitting there until October 22.

Judge Fox didn’t hear any arguments from the lawyers before making his ruling. Lindsay’s lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, told TMZ on the way out of court that Elden Fox had no legal basis for denying her client bail.

Lindsay was handcuffed in court before being taken into custody.

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Lindsay was shocked when the judge remanded her into custody as she looked at her lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, before being taken out of the courtroom. She was taken from court in a single Sheriff’s vehicle, covered by a blanket.

Los Angeles County sheriff’s spokesman Steve Whitmore told reporters Lindsay will be housed in “administrative segregation” because of her celebrity status for her safety and the safety of the jail system. He also said the only way she could be released before her probation hearing on October 22 is if the judge issues another order.

This is her previous mugshot

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Simon Barney, former husband of Tamra Barney arrested

It seems that on Monday, Simon became violent with Tamra and threw a dog leash at her.

Moreover, the police said: “Apparently Simon went to his ex-wife’s home to return the dog he was watching. According to the victim, he threw a retractable dog leash at her, she lifted her arm in a defensive move, and it struck her wrist.”

Barney was the one that filed for divorce and now he was arrested for domestic violence. Moreover, police officers placed an emergency protective order against Simon Barney.

Russell Brand was arrested

While Russell and fiancé Katy Perry were making their way through LAX airport, an incident with paparazzi took place because he tried to photograph her too closely.

Brand was arrested due to pushing the paparazzi and striking others while he tried to defend Katy. The comedian was released later after he posted $20,000 bail.

Being so caught up with the incident, singer Katy Perry tweeted: “If you cross the line & try and put a lens up my dress, my fiancé will do his job & protect me. ~standbyourman ~don’tf**kwiththeBrands.” Russell Brand did not commented on this arrest.

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Police admits Paris Hilton was given special treatment due to her celebrity

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Deputy Chief, Jim Dixon, admits Hilton was given special treatment due to her celebrity.

“She was treated differently so I don’t have a disruption of my process here at the county jail,” He told The Las Vegas Review-Journal. “When you bring somebody in like that, everybody comes over and tries to look at them. I’d have officers attempting to keep inmates away from her. I’d have disruptions.”

The goal, according to Jim Dixon, was to get Paris into a separate room from other inmates and eligible for release as quickly as possible.

“She was moved along out of the general area and put in isolation where nobody can actually get to her. That wouldn’t be fair to her. It wouldn’t be fair to my officers. It wouldn’t be fair to the other inmates… To put Paris Hilton in an open dorm area with male inmates and female inmates would shut down my process.”

Paris Hilton is likely to avoid jail

Paris Hilton faces up to four years in a Nevada prison if convicted of the felony charge of possessing 0.8 grams of “powder cocaine” in a purse.

But the Los Angeles Times, quoting a legal expert, said Hilton was more likely to be sentenced to a diversion program if prosecutors are able to prove their case.

According to a police report, a LVMPD Traffic Officer pulled along Cy Waits and Paris Hilton’s Cadillac Escalade and “smelled the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle”.

“As she began to open it, I saw a small bindle of what I believed to be cocaine in a clear baggy begin to fall from the purse and into my hand. I then immediately took the purse and dropped the bindle back on the top (waiting for another officer to witness the recovery),” writes the officer in the report.

Hilton told police she had borrowed the purse from a friend, and she thought the cocaine was gum.

The Los Angeles Times quoted Dmitry Gorin, a former Los Angeles County prosecutor and noted defense attorney, as saying that prosecutors would need to prove that it was Hilton’s purse and also have to overcome any doubts that the marijuana smell came from her vehicle.

Similar arrests are often made on the Las Vegas Strip, and most end up in some kind of diversion program unless the person has a lengthy prior record, he said.

Hilton has had dust-ups with the law, but she is not quite a hardened criminal. She spent three weeks in a Los Angeles jail in 2007 for violating probation on a reckless driving charge. In July, she was detained on suspicion of possessing marijuana in South Africa following a World Cup soccer match, but was released by police and not charged.

After her latest arrest, her lawyers issued a statement encouraging people “not to rush to judgment until all of the facts have been dealt with in a court of law.”

According to Reuters, there was no further statement from the lawyers on Monday, and court officials in Las Vegas also declined comment.

Paris Hilton, charged with felony, says the purse was not hers

When the officer looked over, Paris Hilton “started to put the window of the vehicle up”. he told the driver – Cy Waits – to pull his vehicle over.

The policeman asked for a LVMPD supervisor to be en route to his location because “a large gathering began to take place”.

Cy Waits failed a series of field sobriety tests and the officer said he was going to arrest Waits and “due to the strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle” he didn’t feel “comfortable releasing the vehicle to the passenger in the car, Paris Hilton”

The supervisor called at the scene told Paris Hilton that she would need to exit the vehicle as he believed that the officer was going to search it for narcotics he had smelled.

Hilton told him “she was extremely embarrassed, due to all the people taking pictures of her, and she did not want to be seen by them.”

Paris then asked the supervisor if he would accompany her inside the Wynn Hotel, which they were in front of, “to prevent her from being molested by the growing crowd” and also asked to go somewhere private and out of the public’s eye because “she needed to use the bathroom badly”.

A Wynn Hotel security officer told them they can use the security room. Paris Hilton “was carrying a purse and a few other small items”.

After telling her to place her purse on the table “Hilton said she needed to put some lip balm on”

“As she began to open it, I saw a small bindle of what I believed to be cocaine in a clear baggy begin to fall from the purse and into my hand. I then immediately took the purse and dropped the bindle back on the top (waiting for another officer to witness the recovery),” writes the officer in the report.

In front of two other police officers he “then read her Miranda rights”. (“You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say …”)

In her only defense Paris Hilton told “the purse is not hers, and that she had borrowed it from a friend.”

She also said “several cosmetics items inside the purse were not hers, but the $1,300 cash and the credit cards were hers.”

The LVMPD supervisor asked Hilton whose cocaine it was and she said “she had not seen it but now thought it was gum.”

At the end of the report, the officer concludes that “Due to the fact that the suspected cocaine fell from the purse Hilton was carrying, that the suspect cocaine was found near a broken prescription pill that Hilton admitted was hers, that she admitted that other items inside the purse were hers (including a package of Zig Zag wrappers, which are commonly used to roll and smoke marijuana)” … “I placed Hilton under the arrest for possession of a controlled substance cocaine.”

In the end, the suspect cocaine, was proven to be in fact … cocaine.

Later, Paris changed her story with friends, saying it is her purse but had been in the possession of a friend.

From the “it’s not my purse” to “I had no idea the cocaine was there” … it’s a long way …

Moreover, Paris is even telling friends, “It could be a setup. Everyone knows how against cocaine I am.” She also believes the cops were “star-struck and blew the whole thing way out of proportion.”

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Paris Hilton arrested in Las Vegas for cocaine possession

According to police, Paris was a passenger in that vehicle that was pulled over outside the Wynn Hotel in Vegas, where her life-saving boyfriend, Cy Waits, is based.

The police noticed the car leaving a “smoke trail” and decided to pull over the vehicle for an inspection.

The driver was popped fr DUI (drugs, not alcohol) and when Paris Hilton was searched, police found her in possession of a controlled substance.

Police said that tests revealed the substance to be cocaine and decided to arrest the Hilton empire heiress.

Remember the World Cup arrest for pot possession? Well, it seems she didn’t learned any lesson from that episode.

In the end, she was later released on her own recognizance.

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An armed man was arrested outside Paris Hilton’s house

“So Scary, just got woken up to a guy trying to break into my house holding 2 big knifes. Cops are here arresting him,” Hilton Tweeted on Tuesday morning.

She even took a photo of police in a courtyard next to a handcuffed man wearing jeans, sneakers and a gray sweatshirt.

The suspect, described only as a man in his 40s, was taken into custody at 6:30 a.m., according to Officer Gregory Baek.

Paris Hilton, 29, has dealt with intruders before. Burglars took an estimated $2 million in valuables from her home in a jewel heist in 2008.

Many of those items were subsequently returned, but Hilton felt “very, very violated” after the experience, according to her younger sister Nicky.

Charlie Sheen arrested on Christmas Day

The Wall Street star was arrested by Police on Friday morning after an emergency call from a house in the ski resort of Aspen, Colorado. An ambulance went to the house, but no-one was taken to hospital.
The star was suspected of assault, menacing and criminal mischief. He was released on $8,500 (£5,300) bail Friday night and was released from jail at 7 p.m. He is due in court on Feb. 8, 2010 at 10:30 a.m.
Judge James Boyd asked Charlie Sheen to stop any kind of contact with his wife until the case will be solved.
Rumor say that for now Charlie and his wife, Brooke Mueller, are planning to undergo marital counseling courses to try to get over this difficult time in their lives.
“They were fighting at a dinner in a friend’s house and it continued until the next morning,” rumor say. “Both of them were drinking and neither was supposed to be. They both have histories of alcohol abuse and have made every effort to stop. But things got out of hand.”
It is not the actor’s first brush with the law. He was arrested in 1996 for assaulting a woman, who claimed she had been knocked unconscious at his home. He was also the only star named as a client of “Hollywood Madam” Heidi Fleiss, testifying at her trial that he had paid her $50,000 for escorts.
Mr. Sheen ended up in hospital in 1998 following a drug overdose and checked into rehab on his release. Subsequently arrested for drinking and drug driving, he went back to rehab on doctor’s orders.
Mr. Sheen is the son of actor Martin Sheen and brother of actor-director Emilio Estevez. Charlie Sheen married in May 2008 to Brooke Mueller Sheen, a property investor who gave birth to the couple’s first children, twin boys, in March. Moreover, the star has proven one of US TV’s most popular sitcoms and made Charlie Sheen America’s highest paid TV star in 2008.

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