Tiffany Haddish has Another DUI Hanging On Her Neck — This Time Her Artest Was In Beverly Hills

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Tiffany Haddish has been arrested for the second time for a DUI charge. The actress was reported to have dozed off while stuck behind the steering wheel of her car, in Beverly Hills.

About Tiffany Haddish’s DUI Arrest in Beverly Hills

Tiffany Haddish was arrested for DUI hours after her performance at the Laugh Factory, West Hollywood, in honour of the Thanksgiving holiday. The actress joined in celebrating the club’s 43rd Thanksgiving feast, which is held yearly.

Thankfully, the comedian who was right inside the car did not crash the vehicle, nor did she sustain any injuries. It was ascertained by TMZ that her car engine was still running while she slept.

Following a call from someone who intended to report a packed car in the middle of Beverly Hills, the police responded speedily. A few minutes after the initial call, which was around 5:45 am, Tiffany found herself in handcuffs.

The actress did not resist arrest. She sauntered quietly as the cops placed her in the car. Sources confirmed that the only charge against Tiffany Haddish will be DUI, plus she is scheduled to leave police custody on the same day.

The onscreen star nearly repeated the same move last year in Atlanta. She was reportedly taken away in handcuffs after falling asleep behind the wheel. Like now, the police received information from a concerned caller. Peachtree City Police Department later saw Tiffany’s car trying to park in a neighbourhood.

This did not stop the cops from charging her with DUI. In the legal files, Tiffany was accused of improperly stopping on the road. So far, the actress’s arrest has not been met with any acceptance or denial from her camp, as her team has remained mute.

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