Amanda Bynes has turned to US President Barack Obama for help after she was officially charged with driving under the influence.
Lindsay Lohan's career was again "curbed" after her car struck one. Lohan was tracked down and arrested at the hospital after cocaine was reportedly found in the car at the scene. Lohan was arrested at the hospital for investigation of misdemeanor driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, then released when she was admitted for treatment. Police declined to say what her blood-alcohol level was, but said the case would be presented to the district attorney's office, where she could face additional charges. It appears that felony charges would be likely to follow. With news of Lindsay Lohan's weekend DUI breaking, Svedka vodka has apparently pulled out of sponsoring Lohan's 21st birthday bash that was to be held this July in Las Vegas. Lohan's latest movie, Georgia Rule, is in theaters now. Her other screen credits include Mean Girls, Bobby, A Prairie Home Companion and Freaky Friday.
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Canadian actress and model Estella Warren was arrested for driving under the influence in Los Angeles after smashing into three parked cars, attacking a police afficer and escaping custody.
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Chilling video footage showing the catastophic damage caused when a brick hits a car windscreen at 70mph. Watch it and you'll understand why 7 out of 10 motorists worry when driving under a bridge with people on it.
Tom used to play tennis, go bowling, and was an avid hunter. But Tom will never do any of those activities again because he has lost his leg in a car accident. Worst of all, his friend and passenger, Jim, is still in the operating room in the hospital. Tom has always been a cocky driver; and he had never been in any accidents before. When coming home from hunting trips exhausted and sleepy, or driving under the influence, Tom has always managed to escape without incident. Until now. Few Too Many is a classic dangers of drunk driving video that seeks to prevent drunk driving. Many people are affected by alcohol at as little as 0.05% blood alcohol concentration and all are affected at 0.1% BAC. Drunk driving statistics punctuate the often penetrating footage of horrible drunk driving accidents. Tom's story is not unique, and discussion of why teenagers drunk drive is an important part of the film. Some interesting cultural perspectives are illuminated, such as how alcohol abuse was thought of completely differently in the mid 20th century. At the time of this film, the idea of drinking was strongly tied together with the common idea of a man in America. Men were expected to hunt, bowl, and play sports - while drinking. So instead of changing this strongly held idea, Few Too Many seeks to lessen the danger: less drinking (not abstaining), safer driving and good judgment.
Rafael Ramirez Perez has four prior convictions for driving under the influence. Last week Rafael was driving drunk again and killed Amy Kortlang, a 22 year old cosmotologist.
Pop singer Miley Cyrus is in trouble with the law. The Disney star was recently arrested for driving under the influence with her fellow co-stars. Miley is seen walking out of a medical building joined by her mother Leticia "Tish" Cyrus and makes no comment about the DUI when asked by photographers.
Joe Simpson has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of driving under the influence.
Actress Jaime Pressly pleads not guilty to charges of driving under the influence.
Exclusive interview with British Formula 1 sensation as he prepares for iconic Monaco Grand Prix
After his astonishing first season in Formula 1 Lewis Hamilton started the 2008 Championship with an encouraging victory in the Australian GP. Ferrari rivals then hit back and took four consecutive wins, two each for Massa and Raikkonen, but the excellent second place obtained by Hamilton in the Istanbul Grand Prix gave new energy to the British driver, who is now ready for the challenge at the iconic Monaco Grand Prix.
Ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix weekend (Friday 23 May), Lewis Hamilton joined former McLaren Mercedes driver Mika Häkkinen to unveil a prototype of The Pact simulator as the latest tool in Johnnie Walker's programme to promote Responsible Drinking. The Pact simulator, in the form of a futuristic pod, will provide consumers with a practical demonstration to remind them of the dangers of driving under the influence of alcohol in a controlled virtual environment.
The simulator is based on software developed by Systems Technology Inc., a US company that provides driving simulation programmes for driver education and law enforcement agencies. The prototype software is still in development and, when complete, will allow consumers to experience in a virtual world the impacts of alcohol on the ability to drive.
Lewis Hamilton commented: "Mika and I want to use the public profiles we've gained through F1 to raise awareness of the importance of a making a personal commitment to never drinking and driving. We know that through F1 and the sport of motor racing, fans all over Europe and the world will hear this critical message and commit to never drink drive."
Lewis continued: "At McLaren we use the concept of simulators to model different scenarios towards the maximum performance in a safe environment. The Pact simulator will enable people to see for themselves how alcohol impacts the ability to drive. I think the role we play is a bit like dropping a pebble in a pond - if we can start a ripple that gets the message across to a wider audience, well that has to be success in my view."
The campaign will be formally launched in Europe later this year, encouraging consumers to make a pact with Mika and Lewis never to drink drive.
Produced for Diageo