Friday, July 13, 2012

weekly celeb antics

Celebrity update for this week;

No Alcohol Found in Mary Kennedy's System
A medical examiner found no traces of alcohol in the system of Mary Richardson Kennedy, who apparently hung herself at her Bedford NY home on May 16. The wife of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., she had a long battle with alcohol and depression. She was 52.

Celebrity Chef Cat Cora Gets a DUI
Celebrity chef Cat Cora has been arrested for driving under the influence after rear-ending another car. She failed a sobriety test after the driver of the other vehicle alerted police that he believed the "Around the World in 80 Plates" host had been drinking.

Nugent Drummer Charged With Golf Cart Theft, DUI
Ted Nugent drummer Mick Brown was arrested for drunk driving and theft of a golf cart after an incident in Bangor, Maine. When security tried to stop Brown from driving the cart on a foot path, he sped past them and shoved a security guard, police reports said.

Punk Rock Singer Crashes Into Multiple Parked Cars
Karim George Chmielinski - who is better known as Casey Chaos, singer for the punk rock band Amen - has been arrested for suspicion of drunk driving. Chmielinski was taken into custody after Studio City neighbors reported that he was driving around the neighborhood crashing into parked cars and then leaving the scene of the collisions.

Sean O'Neill Sentenced for DUI Violation
A Pennsylvania man who shot and killed his best friend in a drunken incident in 2006, has been given a 60 days to six months sentence after pleading guilty to DUI. Acknowledging that the sentence for Sean Owen O'Neill Jr. was more severe than the usual first-offense DUI, Judge William P. Mahon said, "this is not a run-of-the-mill situation."

FSU's Greg Reid Arrested After Traffic Stop
Florida State cornerback Greg Reid has been charged with driving with a suspended license, seat belt violation and possession of marijuana after a traffic near his hometown of Valdosta, Georgia. Reid, who has had off-field problems in the past, has denied that the marijuana joint the officer found in the vehicle cup holder was his.

He Really Needed a Meeting
A 30-year-old central New York man must have really needed an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. After he crashed his vehicle into a parked pickup truck on his way to the meeting, police tested his blood-alcohol content at three times the legal limit.

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