Jackie Warner, a former Bravo star who hosted the program Work Out, is in major trouble with the law.
The gym fiend was arrested last Friday for alleged assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer, according to the West Hollywood Police Department.
Law enforcement insiders tell TMZ that Warner crashed her vehicle into a pole late last week.
When authorities arrived on the scene, she reportedly backed up into a police cruiser, causing a deputy to jump out of harm's way.
She was arrested and taken to jail ,where her bail was set at $60,000.
The incident took place around 5:45 p.m. and Warner was also charged with driving under the influence and a hit and run for property damage.
“She was arrested and the investigation is ongoing, and the case will be presented to the district attorney’s office upon completion of the investigation,” Detective Hom tells Us Weekly, adding yesterday:
"She is not in custody at this time."
TMZ has published Warner's mug shot (below), along with further details about what transpired.
Warner allegedly went to lunch on Friday afternoon and drank one martini.
She took an Uber to and from the restaurant.
However, sources claims that Warner took an Ambien to help her fall asleep when she got home... and she then woke up in the the hospital, with no recollection of ever driving that day.
That's quite the defense for her actions, huh?
This same TMZ insider says Warner was not wearing any pants when she was arrested; she was taken into custody while donning just underwear.
Is this proof that Warner was sleep driving?
Or proof that she was REALLY wasted?
Cops have told TMZ that a breathalyzer test was administered at the scene and that Warner blew right around a .08.
Warner formerly owned the now-closed Sky Sport and Spa in Beverly Hills.
Work Out premiered in Bravo in July of 2006, taking viewers inside the world of elite fitness in New York City.
It was canceled two years later, following a three-season run.
The workout guru wrote on her personal website years ago that she felt a need to turn her life around after turning 40 years old.
“I didn’t like doing the type of TV that I was doing which made me uncomfortable and uneasy,” she wrote oat the time, explaining:
“I had succeeded in many ways but always had very tumultuous relationship, which caused me quite a lot of misery. Shortly thereafter, I sold my clinic and gym and found myself wondering what’s next? …
"I felt a bit lost and started partying a lot. It felt like I was taking a few steps backwards in life and I started making bad decisions."
Warner revealed that she later renewed her lease on life when she chose to quit drinking and dating for a year, while also eliminating toxic people from her life.
She proceeded to write a book and continue her work as a diet and fitness expert.