Tiffany Haddish Pledges ‘This Will Never Happen Again’ After Driving Under Influence Arrest

Tiffany Haddish was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence on November 24. Reportedly, Beverly Hills police got a report at 5:45 a.m., the actress and comedian was being held. She was discovered slumped over the steering wheel with the car engine still running. Post-arrest, in an interview, Tiffany Haddish shared that she is ready to ‘get help’ so as to make sure that such an incident is not repeated in the future.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight’s Kevin Frazier, the actress and comedian promised that “this will never happen again” after being cited for driving under the influence for the second time in two years. She added, “I’m going to get some help so I can learn balance and boundaries.” Tiffany Haddish told ET that as she dozed off, the Tesla parked itself but blocked an area of the street. Tiffany stated that she is in high spirits following her detention and expressed gratitude to the Beverly Hills Police Department for their professionalism and handling of the issue.

Meanwhile, following the arrest, Tiffany Haddish’s representative did not respond to the incident; however, a video of the actress being handcuffed and led away by police has gone viral on social media. One of the social media users who shared the footage on the microblogging site X (previously known as Twitter) wrote, “Not they got Tiffany Haddish for a DUI in LA today. Said she fell asleep behind the wheel.

Reportedly, this is Tiffany Haddish’s second DUI arrest. The first took place in January 2022. She was arrested in Atlanta at the time after authorities responded to a report of someone asleep behind the wheel. Tiffany was charged with DUI and improper halting on a highway and was subsequently released after a $1,666 bond.

Tiffany Haddish, performed on the night of November 23 at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles. It was the 43rd year of the comedy club’s free Thanksgiving dinner for the community. Tiffany Haddish has appeared in films such as Girls Trip, Night School, Like a Boss and The Kitchen. The Last Black Unicorn, a New York Times best-seller, was written by her. She received an Emmy for her performance on Saturday Night Live in 2018 and a Grammy in 2021 for her special Black Mitzvah.

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