Teairra Mari was caught drunk driving. So we’re pretty sure she can consider her ongoing feud with 50 Cent a thing of the past, compared to the recent pile of shit she’s landed herself in now.
Over the weekend, Mari was picked up by law enforcement for driving her 2014 Dodge Charger, while intoxicated. Police say they first spotted Mari driving through the Queens-Midtown Tunnel at an alarmingly high speed. But that’s not even the crazy part. According to documents, the reality star was driving without one of her front tires, which caused sparks to fly everywhere as she drove. Drunk driving has now landed the reality star in some serious hot water.
When pulled over, Mari tried to downplay the situation. “I was at a restaurant with friends, I had like three glasses of Pinot Grigio,” she said.
Teairra Mari Drunk Driving
Clearly, judging by the scene, that was more than just a little white lie. Officials say that Mari blew a .304, which is more than three times the legal limit. Not to mention, in the car, police found open bottles of liquor– proving that Mari was indeed drunk. Most evident was an open bottle of Four Loko and a bottle of Kettle One Vodka.
Luckily though, no one was hurt by her reckless driving. Mari could have really hurt someone…or worse…herself. At the moment the star has not made a comment about what happened this past weekend, but we can bet Fifty will have a lot to say.
The two have been involved in some back-and-forth combat over social media. Mari sued 50, and her ex-boyfriend, Akbaknbr Abdul-Ahad, for indulging in a private sex tape and photo of her, reports Page Six. However, the judge did not rule in her favor. Instead, he ordered Mari to cough up more than $30,000 to the rapper.
Officials are charging her with aggravated driving while intoxicated, consumption of alcohol in the car as well as driving unlicensed.
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