Just days after NFL star Brett Favre was sued for sexual harassment, his younger sister, Brandi Favre, was arrested Wednesday for allegedly manufacturing crystal meth at a condo in Mississippi.
Brandi Favre, 34, who lives in Pass Christian, Miss., was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and generation of hazardous waste, both felonies, according to the local Sun Herald newspaper.
Undercover agents raided the condo in Diamondhead, Miss., after buying meth from two suspects at a gas station off Interstate 10. The apartment had "an overwhelming odor [with] smoke and fumes," and meth was found cooking in the bathtub, a police sergeant said.
Favre and two other suspects in the condo were arrested. All five suspects were taken to the Hancock County Barn for decontamination and then charged. They were due in court Thursday.
Brandi Favre reportedly has a history of trouble with the law, including prior charges for shoplifting and unlawful use of a weapon.