In the Los Angeles DUI case, Tiffany Haddish enters a not guilty plea


On February 14, the prosecutor’s office in Los Angeles has set a pretrial hearing.

After being arrested for DUI during the Thanksgiving weekend, Tiffany Haddish entered a not guilty plea to two misdemeanor charges.

During her trial on Wednesday, the 44-year-old Girls Trip star’s defense attorney filed a not-guilty plea on her behalf, the LA County Deputy Attorney’s Office informed PEOPLE. On February 14, a pretrial hearing is set, according to the agency.

The comedian was taken into custody in the wee hours of November 24 after it was reported that she dozed off while operating her Tesla. She was indicted with one count of misdemeanor driving while intoxicated and another count of misdemeanor driving with a blood alcohol concentration of.08%.

She made light of the situation when she played at the Laugh Club in Long Beach, California, the same day she was freed. According to a recording that TMZ was able to secure, she had begged to God to send her a man with a job, a vocation, especially in an identical, and I answered my prayers.

In an interview with the show Entertainment Tonight that aired on November 27, Haddish discussed the arrest and declared that it “will never occur again.” She clarified that after falling asleep, her Tesla had parked itself, but that when the Los Angeles Police Department officers came, it was obstructing part of the street.

She informed the publication that although she was in “excellent spirits” after the event, “I’m going to get some help so I can learn balance and boundaries.”

In a birthday celebration for herself, which she posted on Instagram on December 3, she mirrored the same feelings, saying en part, “Happy Birthday to me🎼🎶🎵🎶!!!!!.” I’m prepared to start the next phase of my life. I’m excited to share to everyone all of the work that I’ve been putting forth for my family and all of my real unicorns. I also have more musical and a second book coming up.”

I Curse You With Joy, Haddish said to PEOPLE in an exclusive statement, is the book that will be released in May. It will provide readers with more information about her “rollercoaster of fame.”

I can’t wait to tell my readers about the wild ride that has been my career and to reassure them that, despite my notoriety, I am still a regular person. “I find happiness in the most difficult things in life, which you can all read from in this new book,” she said in her statement.

Recently, Haddish has been posting images to Instagram from her recent trip to Hawaii. She can be seen riding a water slide in a video that she recently uploaded. “No, it is not all that happens the time, but it is today,” she tells her supporters after the trip. This is life in the present. Every day is distinct from the next.”


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