Amanda Bynes had to remove her platinum blonde wig when she posed for her mug shot last night ... revealing a super short hair cut ... and Bynes didn't appear happy about it.
Bynes sported a scowl and a black shirt when she posed for the photo ... following a bong-throwing arrest in NYC last night.
The 27-year-old actress arrived to court this morning to face a judge -- wearing the wig again -- but it was clear she didn't want to be photographed.
Barbara Walters' daughter was so out of control during her DUI arrest, she had to be "taken to the ground" so she wouldn't run into traffic ... this according to the police report obtained by TMZ.
We broke the story ... 44-year-old Jacqueline Walters Danforth -- who famously discussed her troubled teenage years on various TV specials with her mom -- was arrested for DUI in Naples, FL on May 19.
According to the report, Jacqueline was in the driver's seat of a Honda Pilot which was stopped by police around 1:24 AM ... after cops received reports about an SUV stopped on the highway without its lights on.
During the encounter, cops say both Jackie and a male passenger -- described as her BF -- appeared to be extremely intoxicated.
Cops say ... they went to place the man in handcuffs -- which pissed Jackie off ... so she grabbed at one of the officers and "began shouting."
The arresting officer states in the report, "I was afraid that the suspect may run into traffic on the highway, so she was taken to the ground due to her unpredictable behavior, then secured in handcuffs."
According to the report, Jacqueline eventually took a breathalyzer test and blew a .218 -- more than TWICE the legal limit.
She was eventually arrested for DUI ... and was released several hours later on $1,000 bond.
7:18 AM PT -- Mystery solved ... it's a marijuana arrest.
According to the police report, obtained by TMZ, Keef was busted for allegedly smoking weed at a fancy hotel.
Chief Keef -- the 17-year-old rap sensation -- was arrested in DeKalb County, Georgia yesterday for disorderly conduct ... TMZ has learned.
The details surrounding the arrest are unclear.
According to the booking sheet, Keef -- real name Keith Cozart -- was listed at 5'9" and 160 lbs.
After the arrest, Keef tweeted, "Jus Got Out Of Dekalb County jail In Atlanta Mad As f**k."
Keef is considered a prodigy -- and has rapped with huge stars like 50 Cent and Wiz Khalifa.
Keef is no stranger to the law ... he's been arrested at least two times before -- and even has a gun conviction under his belt.
It's been a rough year for the rapper ... We broke the story, he was recently sued for child support by his middle-school-aged baby mama who claims Keef fathered her kid -- born in 2011 -- when he was only 15.
Barbara Walters' daughter -- whose troubled childhood was chronicled in Barbara's biography and in several TV specials -- was arrested for DUI in Florida on Sunday, TMZ has learned.
According to the Collier County Sheriff's Office, 44-year-old Jacqueline Danforth was popped near Naples, FL. The details surrounding the arrest are unclear.
It's an especially sad story considering Jacqueline made a public vow to get her life on track, following some turbulent teenage years filled with clubbing and substance use.
In fact, Jackie ran a wilderness program for troubled girls in northern Maine for years ... but it appears to have closed in 2008.
FYI -- Jacqueline was adopted as an infant by Walters and then-husband Lee Guber in 1968 -- before divorcing in 1976.
As for the DUI arrest, the Collier County Sheriff's Office website says she's been released from custody on $1,000 bond.
A rep for Barbara Walters had no comment.
Make it stop ... "Teen Mom" star Jenelle Evans is officially a wanted woman AGAIN ... after blowing off a court date today in North Carolina.
The 21-year-old MTV reality star was supposed to appear for a hearing in her cyberstalking case, but Brunswick County court officials tell TMZ, she no-showed. The judge then issued a warrant for her arrest.
As we reported, Evans was arrested back in 2012 for allegedly cyberstalking an old roommate/ex-boyfriend.
Jenelle's arrest history is legendary ... just last month she was busted for heroin possession and assault.
2:10 PM PT -- Jenelle just posted $1,000 bond and has been released.
1:25 PM PT -- Jenelle turned herself in about 20 minutes ago.
According to cops, Goodson -- who was signed by the Jets during the off-season to compete for the starting RB job -- was a passenger in an SUV that was parked along Route 80 in Denville, NJ.
Cops say both Goodson and the driver of the vehicle appeared WASTED when they approached the vehicle.
During the encounter, cops say Goodson was found to be in possession of weed (less than 50 grams) -- PLUS a loaded .45 caliber and hollow-point bullets.
FYI -- a hollow-point bullet is used to create maximum damage to its intended target ... and in NJ hollow-points are not allowed to be carried around in public, with few exceptions.
Cops say both Goodson and the driver were so intoxicated that they were both transported to a local hospital for treatment.
The driver of the SUV was arrested on suspicion of DUI.
According to local reports, both Goodson and the driver were released from the hospital and into the custody of the NJ State Police. They're both still in custody.
If you're unfamiliar with Michael Goodson -- it's probably because he only has 3 career TDs.
O.J. Simpson was back in a Las Vegas court today in the hopes of getting a new trial in his armed robbery case -- and he marked the occasion by snapping a brand new gray-haired, fuller-faced mug shot.
O.J. -- who was transferred to a new jail facility while he's in court -- wants a new trial on grounds his old lawyer Yale Galanter provided inadequate representation, and was even a witness to his criminal plan in September 2007 ... when O.J. and 5 goons robbed a couple of sports memorabilia collectors at gunpoint in a Vegas hotel.
O.J. was convicted the next year of kidnapping, armed robbery, and ten other charges.
He's been serving 9-33 years at the Lovelock Correctional Center ... where, apparently, the food is delicious. And plentiful.
Al Michaels has been charged with 2 counts of misdemeanor DUI in connection with his arrest in Santa Monica, CA last month ... TMZ has learned.
If convicted, Michaels faces up 6 months in jail and a $1,000 fine -- but since he doesn't have any priors on his record, it's unlikely he'll spend a single day behind bars.
We broke the story ... Michaels was arrested on April 19th after making an illegal U-turn in front of a DUI checkpoint.
Former MLB star Otis Nixon was arrested over the weekend in Atlanta after cops say they discovered a crack pipe and what appeared to be several crack rocks inside his car ... and it seems he's using the infamous "the crack belongs to my son" defense.
According to an incident report from the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office, 54-year-old Nixon was pulled over just after midnight on Saturday after witnesses called police to report a Dodge Ram weaving all over the road.
During the stop, Nixon -- who played for the Braves, Indians and Expos -- was searched ... and cops say they found a pipe for smoking crack cocaine in Nixon's pants pocket and an item believed to be a crack rock in the driver's seat.
But that's not all ... cops say they found ANOTHER pipe and more suspected crack rocks in the floor board of the driver's side ... along with even more drug paraphernalia.
Now get this -- according to the report, Nixon told the sheriff's deputy that the substance they found in his car was indeed crack cocaine, but he said the pipes and drugs belonged to HIS SON and that he had been planning to get rid of the pipe.
Police say they conducted field sobriety tests and determined Nixon was NOT under the influence of crack cocaine or alcohol.
Nixon was arrested on charges of possession of cocaine and possession of a drug-related object.
Nixon -- who played 17 seasons in the bigs and stole 620 career bases -- is still in custody. Bail has been set at $11,880.
Story developing ...
Rapper Gucci Mane has just been released from jail in Georgia after spending nearly three weeks behind bars, TMZ has learned.
As we reported, Gucci was arrested April 13th for a probation violation. He's been in jail since.
Gucci's attorney, Drew Findling, tells us, the probation violation was triggered by a March 25th incident at an Atlanta nightclub ... when Gucci allegedly bottled a clubgoer in the head, causing a massive gash.
Gucci was charged with aggravated assault in connection with the incident. That case is still pending.
He's due in court later this month.
Boley -- a starting linebacker in Super Bowl XLVI -- had been under investigation in Alabama for a 2011 incident involving his son, who was 5 years old at the time.
The details of the alleged abuse are unclear, although sources tell us the allegations were of a physical nature and NOT sexual abuse.
Here's what we know ... Boley's case was scheduled to go in front of a grand jury in February 2013 ... but before that got under way, the 30-year-old NFL star struck a plea deal with prosecutors.
Court officials in Etowah County, AL tell TMZ ... Boley pled guilty to child abuse -- and in exchange, he was ordered to enroll in a pre-trial diversion program and upon completion the charge would be dropped.
Boley was also required to turn himself into authorities. He was booked on February 8, smiled for a mug shot and was released from custody later that day.
Seems the NY Giants were hip to Boley's legal issues ... 'cause he was unexpectedly cut by the team on February 5 ... 3 days before Boley turned himself in to authorities. Boley is currently a free agent, on the hunt for a job.
A rep for Boley had no comment -- but sources connected to the NFL star tell us Boley plans to comply with the terms of the plea deal.
5/3 -- Boley's agents have released a statement saying, "Mr. Boley is dealing with a personal matter that allegedly happened nearly two years ago. Michael has been and always will be a loving and supportive father to all of his children."
"Due to the circumstances of the situation, he has chosen to enter into an arrangement with the Courts that serves the best interest of his family. During this difficult time, Michael will gain strength from his family and continue to be the loving father that everyone knows him to be."