01:41 PM EDT 08/05/2014
Originally posted 02/21/2007 07:50AM
Michelle Rodriguez has already been jailed in Los Angeles and Oahu for drunk driving and violating her probation. But she says she asked for more time rather than the alcohol-detecting ankle bracelet she's been fitted with.
Originally posted 05/30/2006 03:00PM
Call it a lucky break for Michelle Rodriguez: The former Lost actress was released from Los Angeles County Jail on Thursday after serving a mere four hours and 20 minutes of her two-month jail sentence.
Originally posted 05/22/2006 05:50PM
Lost actress Michelle Rodriguez was sentenced to 60 days in Los Angeles County jail Monday for violating her probation.
Originally posted 05/01/2006 07:45AM
Lost actress Michelle Rodriguez got out of jail in Hawaii on Friday after serving only 65 hours of her five-day sentence for drunken driving.
Originally posted 04/25/2006 06:30PM
Lost actress Michelle Rodriguez pleaded guilty to DUI charges in Hawaii Tuesday.
Originally posted 12/30/2005 08:00AM
The Los Angeles City Attorney's office delivered a troubling message for Lost star Michelle Rodriguez on Thursday, after the actress was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving in Honolulu on Dec. 1, her second such arrest in two years.
Originally posted 12/20/2005 08:40AM
Lost star Michelle Rodriguez had a few words for cops after her arrest for drunken driving in Hawaii earlier this month, according to a police report from the incident.
Originally posted 12/01/2005 11:15PM
Lost stars Michelle Rodriguez and Cynthia Watros were arrested Wednesday night on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.
Originally posted 10/12/2005 06:00AM
She's played a boxer, a drag racer and a S.W.A.T. team member, so it should have come as no surprise when Michelle Rodriguez's Lost character turned out to be one tough castaway. In real life, the single actress, 27, is just as fearless and outspoken as the women she has played since her big-screen debut in 2000's Girlfight. She talked to PEOPLE about bratty Hollywood types, dropping out of business school and her childhood Knight Rider fantasies.
Originally posted 11/11/2004 06:00AM
It was a big night for Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, but country music's royal couple seemed pretty relaxed at Tuesday's CMA Awards in Nashville. "It's home and everyone is so nice," says Hill, who performed the country classic "Help Me Make It Through the Night." "Being a fan of music, I love just watching the performers I love so much and seeing some exciting surprises. (The CMAs were) one of the things I watched growing up." Hill was beside her husband in the audience at the Grand Ole Opry to see him claim single of the year for "Live Like You Were Dying" (which also won song of the year), a bittersweet experience for him. "The song came to me around Thanksgiving and that's kind of when we started knowing for sure that Tug didn't have much of a chance, so it meant a lot to me," says McGraw of his father, baseball great Tug McGraw, who died in January. "I never played the song for him – he never heard the song – because I didn't think it was appropriate."
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