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The Pioneer Woman‘s 19-year-old daughter Paige Drummond made headlines on Wednesday afternoon for an unexpected reason: she was arrested.
The teen was arrested for having and consuming alcohol, E! News has learned. According to the court documents obtained by E!, Ree Drummond‘s daughter was charged with possession of alcohol by a person under 21 years of age as well as public intoxication. The records show she was charged and taken to jail in mid-April in her home state of Oklahoma.
According to the court documents, the district attorney noted that Paige “did appear in a drunken condition” when she was taken in. The court document also stated this crime is punishable by up to one year in jail and a fee of up to $500.
Moreover, the 19-year-old was found in possession of an open container of beer, to which the legal document claimed she “did unlawfully possess and consume a non-intoxicating beverage, containing more than one-half of one-percent of alcohol measured by weight, in a public place.”
However, it seems The Pioneer Woman‘s daughter requested for the arrest and court records to be expunged. The district attorney approved a request to dismiss both counts from Paige’s record back in May, according to the documents. Additionally, the TV personality’s daughter has paid a little over $400 in court fees so far.
Drummond has a 21-year-old daughter Alex, who recently graduated from college, and two teenage sons—Bryce and Todd.
Many know Ree for her Food Network show The Pioneer Woman as well as her cookbooks, blog and more. In fact, one of her books was in talks to get a movie adaptation, with Columbia Pictures acquiring the film rights. However, not much has been updated on the project.
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