The wife of rapper and actor DMX was ticketed for allegedly driving 106 mph on Interstate 684 in northern Westchester, State Police said.
Her husband was clocked at 104 mph in December 2004.
State Police said Tashera Simmons, 34, was stopped early Sunday morning in a 2000 Mercedes-Benz traveling north on I-684 in a 65-mph zone with four children who were not wearing seat belts.
She was charged with speeding, driving an uninspected vehicle and not using child restraints.
Her husband, whose real name is Earl Simmons, was stopped on the same road more than a year ago. State Police said he was arrested after he was found driving with a suspended license.
In the past 15 years, Simmons has been arrested multiple times in several countries on charges ranging from using obscene language during a performance to illegal drug and weapons possession charges.
Tashera Simmons is listed as a co-producer of the 2004 film, "Never Die Alone," which starred DMX as a kingpin drug dealer who returns to his hometown seeking redemption only to die a violent death.
The couple has one home in Bedford and another in Teaneck, N.J.
Tashera Simmons is due in North Castle Court on Feb. 28.