Tiffany Haddish was arrested in Peachtree City, Georgia early Friday morning for allegedly driving under the influence.
News of the 42-year-old actress’ arrest was confirmed to Fox News Digital on Friday by the Peachtree City Police Department.
According to the police department’s statement, officers were responding to a call around 2:30 a.m. ET about a driver falling asleep at the wheel.
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The callers gave authorities a description of the car and the police “conducted a traffic stop as the vehicle stopped in the yard of a residence.
“She was transported to Fayette County Jail without incident,” the statement concluded.
According to TMZ, police believed the “Here Today” actress may have smoked marijuana.
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She was reportedly released at 6:30 a.m. after posting $1,666 bond.
Representatives for Haddish did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
Sources told TMZ that the comedian has been having a tough time lately as her grandmother, who raised her, recently passed away. She also recently told Extra that despite her professional success, the losses in her personal life have taken their toll lately.
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“My career blows things out of the water, my life, because I’m human, I feel like it’s falling apart, but it’s not. I’m just sad because that I suffered losses,” she said.
The actress also recently paid tribute to her late friend Bob Saget on Instagram.
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“@bobsaget i will miss you so much,” she captioned her tribute. “You brought so much joy to this planet. You were one of my first great teachers. You always made me feel safe and worthy. You always made me laugh. Now you make God and everyone laugh. angels. I love you forever!”
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On the same day, she shared a tribute to recently deceased producer Carl Craig, who she said “taught me so much about this craft, you protected me, pushed me, scolded me, advised me and praised me.”