Author Topic: Partridge Family star David Cassidy arrested for DUI for the third time with blood alcohol level 'more than twice the legal limit'  (Read 385 times)

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Offline flowers

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David Cassidy could be facing jail after being arrested for DUI (driving under the influence) for the third time.

The Seventies heartthrob – who found fame on the Partridge Family – was stopped by police in Los Angeles on Friday after he was spotted making an illegal right turn when exiting the 405 freeway.

When the officer smelled alcohol, Cassidy, 63, was asked to take a field sobriety test which showed he was more than twice the legal limit,TMZ reports.

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such a shame.. He needs help!

He does.

A bloody good slap upside the head, too. Even habitual drunks know not to drive when they've had a few. There is no excuse for that.
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I recall reading his father was an alcoholic.
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I recall reading his father was an alcoholic.
His father was. His father was murdered I think.I looked it up he died in a fire.
« Last Edit: January 11, 2014, 04:26:31 PM by flowers »

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There is no excuse for a person drinking and driving. None.
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