The Sunday Night Football play-by-play announcer and legendary sportscaster, famous for yelling "Do you believe in miracles?" when the U.S. hockey team upset the Soviet Union in the 1980 Winter Olympics, was arrested and charged with misdemeanor DUI in Santa Monica.
After having a little too much to drink at the Bungalow Bar in Portland, Ore., the 32-year-old Gossip singer was taken into custody after she "walked out in the middle of the street, threw off her shoes and purse and screamed, 'Obama! Obama!' " The outspoken LGBT advocate was charged with second-degree disorderly conduct.
The rapper was arrested for alleged assault in an Atlanta nightclub and a day after his release was arrested for violating his probation. The Spring Breakers actor reportedly got in an altercation with a U.S. Army service member, who asked for a picture with Mane while they both partied at the Harlem Nights club.
The Oscar nominee was arrested while protesting experimentation on cats at the University of Wisconsin. The actor, who played the lovable farmer Hoggett in Babe, burst into a UW System Board of Regents meeting holding up a large poster of a cat and shouting that the animal experimentation is "not science" but is "torture.” Cromwell's spirited protest was captured on film and distributed by PETA.
The adult film actress was arrested for battery in Newport Beach, Calif., while celebrating her 39th birthday. Jameson reportedly assaulted an unidentified victim, who then put her under citizen's arrest until the police arrived.
The CAA agent and husband to actress Reese Witherspoon was reportedly driving erratically and had a blood alcohol level of .139 before he was charged with suspicion of DUI in Atlanta.
The Gangster Squad actor was arrested on a Santa Monica sidewalk on New Year's Day for public intoxication. “They were very sweet to me, actually,” Brolin said of the cops who placed him under arrest.
In 2013, the Mean Girls actress received her sixth mugshot after she turned herself in for misdemeanor charges related to a June 2012 car crash. The troubled 26-year-old actress accepted a plea deal on March 18 that includes 90 days in a locked-down rehabilitation facility.
While her husband, Jim Toth, was being arrested for suspicion of DUI, the Mud actress became upset and, despite instructions from the officers to do otherwise, proceeded to get out of the car -- twice. She was charged with disorderly conduct. The 37-year-old had been in Atlanta to film The Good Lie, about an American woman who takes in a Sudanese refugee.
The New York-area CBS 2 anchor was arrested after allegedly choking his wife, Ashley, an anchor on CBS MoneyWatch. After the incident, Morrison announced his decision to leave his position as anchor on the morning and noon news programs.
The 3 Doors Down bassist was charged with vehicular homicide by intoxication for the killing of a motorist on interstate 40 in a Nashville suburb. The 41-year-old musician "acknowledged consuming hard cider and taking prescription Lortab" and Xanax before the accident.
The West Coast rapper reportedly tried to run from police before being taken into custody on suspicion of drunken driving and drug possession near Hollywood Boulevard. The platinum recording artist also was arrested in 2009 for suspicion of DUI in Las Vegas.
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