Tiffany Haddish, a woman accused of driving while under the influence was taken into custody in Peachtree city, Georgia on Friday morning
The news of the 42-year-old actress’ arrest was confirmed to Fox News Digital by the Peachtree City Police Department Friday.
The police statement states that officers responded to a call around 2:30 AM. ET: A driver fell asleep at the wheel.
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Authorities were given a description by callers and “conducted traffic stops” as the vehicle entered a residential yard.
According to the statement, “She was transferred without incident to Fayette county Jail.”
According to TMZ police believe that the actress of “Here Today” had used marijuana.
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After posting a bond of $1,666 she was free at 6:30 am.
Fox News asked Haddish for comments but did not receive a response immediately.
According to sources, TMZ has heard from her that she’s been having a difficult time recently due to the death of her grandmother. Extra also heard from her that, despite all her success in the comedy world, she has been suffering personal losses lately.
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“My career is blowing things out of the water, my life, because I’m a human, it feels like it’s in shambles, but it’s not. I’m just sad because I’ve had some losses,” she said.
In an Instagram tribute, the actress paid tribute to Bob Saget, her friend and late actor.
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She captioned the tribute, “@bobsaget” You have brought such joy to the planet. Yours was one of the first great teachers I had. I felt safe and valued by you. Your laughter made me smile. “You make God laugh and the Angels smile. You are my forever love!”
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On the same day she also paid tribute to Carl Craig who was recently killed in his business. She said that he “taught” her so much, “protected and encouraged me, challenged me, encouraged me, counselled me, and congratulated my.”