Tiffany Haddish was arrested for DUI.
The comedian, 42 years old, was arrested in Georgia Friday for driving under the Influence. Peachtree City Police confirmed to ET that the arrest was made by the Peachtree County Police Department.
Peachtree City police officers responded to a 911 call about a driver who was asleep at the wheel of a vehicle on Hwy 74, around 2:30 AM on January 14, 2022. An officer spotted a vehicle that matched the description while on the way and conducted a traffic stop. The driver pulled into a yard and the officer made contact with him,” Peachtree City PD told ET. “Ms. Tiffany Haddish, who was driving under the influence, was eventually arrested after an investigation. She was taken to Fayette County Jail with no incident.
According to TMZThe Girls TripStar was reportedly asleep at the wheel and was taken into custody by police. According to the outlet, she was released from jail at 6:30 a.m. after posting a $1666 bond.
Haddish was just two days earlier — who is in Atlanta shooting The Haunted MansionShe shared a video that she watches when she feels sad.
This video is always a cheerleader when I’m feeling down. This gives Turtle Power a whole new meaning. #HeReady! “I watched this video about 20 times today,” she captioned her post. This came after two heartbreaking tributes to Bob Saget and Carl Craig, who both recently died. She also lost her 13-year-old dog.
ET spoke with Haddish just a few hours ago, while she was promoting her Apple TV+ series. The Afterparty. Haddish was not only joking about finding a new boyfriend following her split with Common, but also about hosting the Oscars. Haddish got emotional discussing the death of her father. Full House star.
“I’m going through some things over here,” Haddish told ET via Zoom. “My personal and professional life are in chaos. People say, “Happy new year!” I’m like, no, neutral New Year. “I’m going to be neutral this year.”
Saget was referred to as “That man”, she said. He taught me so many things. When I was 16 years old, I met him at the Laugh Factory Comedy Camp. He was always kind and encouraging.”
“You know how you feel when you see TV and think, ‘I wish that I had a father like that.’ She described how he changed into this type of person, and he felt like a father figure. “Around the time I turned to like, 21, he shifted from a father figure-type to, like, a big brother. He’d be like, ‘All right, let’s go out.’ He would send me messages to tell me that he was proud of my accomplishments.