Former Disney star Debby Ryan has apologized to her fans following a DUI arrest. The 22-year-old "Jessie" star was apprehended by police after crashing her Audi into a Mercedes in Los Angeles. Right two cars and right city! She failed a field sobriety test and was charged with two misdemeanors: driving under the influence and driving with a .08 blood alcohol level or higher. The charge of idiot was not mentioned.
Meet Kassie Raelyn Rowan. Jail personnel in Tahlequah, Oklahoma got an eyeful earlier this month when the 19-year-old was booked following her arrest for drunk driving. Rowan was collared late on a Monday evening by a Tahlequah Police Department officer. She is scheduled for a March 13 hearing on the misdemeanor charge.
TV star Nicholas Brendon (Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Criminal Minds) has once again checked into rehab after pleading guilty to charges in his most recent arrest. Not just a criminal mind, but a real honest to goodness criminal. Nice.
Cole Hauser, who played the villain in the 2003 second installment of the franchise hit 2 Fast 2 Furious proves that life imitates the movies... and life imitates life. Not remembering or caring that another Fast & Furious alumni Paul Walker lost his life behind the wheel, Hauser was busted in LA for DUI after recklessly weaving on the 101 freeway. He was going too fast... and we'll bet his fans and his mamma are now furious.
Born Eleanora Fagan in Philadelphia in 1915, the chips were stacked against her from the very start and never really gave her a break. Alcohol and drugs plagued every moment of her life. Somehow, despite the continuous knocks life dealt her, she managed to become one of the world’s most revered blues singers.
Decades ago, when Robin Williams was just starting to become famous with his madcap, stream-of-consciousness performances on “Mork and Mindy,” one would have made a good bet that he would eventually kill himself through substance abuse. It can be safely said that many of his comedic performances occurred while he was high on cocaine. However, Williams’ recent death by suicide was not directly related to his substance abuse problems.
Pitchman Billy Mays was quite the salesman. With his over-the-top voice and can-do attitude, Billy could pitch almost anything and his loyal audience would buy. Get it while supplies last. But in the end not even a load of OxiClean could clean up Billy's act. Nicknamed "Pitchfork", we can now literally say, "Put a fork in 'im, he's done!"