Charlie’s “Goddess” Pleads Guilty to DUI After Crash

It looks like ladies are getting busted more often for DUI than guys these days – just take a look at Elena Ford and Christina Aguilera, well sort of. At least Aguilera had the good sense to let her “not legally drunk” boyfriend drive her in Los Angeles.

However, one of Charlie Sheen’s “goddesses” Bree Olson (real name Rachel Oberlin) recently pled guilty to Driving Under the Influence (DUI) after she crashed her Lexus in Fort Wayne, IN. When officers responded to the accident, they noticed a strong smell of alcohol coming from her as well as her bloodshot and watery eyes.

She blew a .19 percent BAC on her breathalyzer test and was arrested before being released on $750 bail. While she claimed that she only had 2 bars, she later on changed her tune and struck a deal with prosecutors for 1 year of unsupervised probation and community service.

While generally, men are more likely to drink and drive, the number of DUIs for female drivers is rising. In 2008, 21 percent of female drivers in fatal car accidents had BACs at or above 0.08 percent, and the growing trend of DUI among female drivers cuts across all ages.

While lady drivers aged 21-30 years old whose BACs ranged from 0.08 percent to 0.15 percent and above took the lion’s share for most DUI crashes, the rest of the female age groups also marked significant numbers.

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