Alexa Curtin, a veteran presence on The Real Housewives of Orange County, was arrested earlier this month on two counts of drug possession.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, the 26-year-old was taken into custody on January 5 for possession of Xanax and drug paraphernalia.
She actually spent one night at the Orange County Jail and was released on January 6 after posting bond.
Curtin is scheduled to appear in court this March for a hearing, which is something the Bravo personality may be used to doing.
In other words: this is far from her first run-in with the law.
Just this past October, a judge issued an arrest warrant for Curtin after she failed to appear in court hearings related to three separate criminal cases.
The daughter of Real Housewives of Orange County alums Lynne and Frank Curtin, Alexa previously arrested in August of 2018 for drug-related warrants and spent four days in jail.
There's a lot more on her record, too...
She was also arrested in June of 2017 on a DUI charge and charged in April 2018 for this crime.
The occasional actress (who listed her occupation as "unemployed" when she most recently got arrested) also spent time behind bars in February of 2018 for possession of paraphernalia from committing petty theft... allegedly smoking heroin... and keying her boyfriend’s car.
Going back to 2014, Curtin filed a lawsuit accusing an Orange County sheriff’s deputy of raping her during a different traffic stop that year.
“We take allegations of this nature very seriously,” a spokesperson for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department told OC Weekly at that time, adding:
“We are currently working with her attorney to set up an interview."
Curtin has also worked as a porn star under the name Jayden Taylors.
We're not judging. We're just relaying some information here.
Alexa and her sister, Raquel, appeared on the fourth and fifth seasons of The Real Housewives of Orange County alongside their parents.
Lynne filed for divorce in December of 2012 after 22 years of marriage, citing “irreconcilable differences.”
“I love Frank, but it was time to go out on my own,” the jewelry designer told Radar Online back then. “Who knows what the future holds, but I’m looking forward to doing the things that I want to do.”
For his part, Frank told the Orange County Register:
"I’m not a willing participant in this. It hurts to even think about it or talk about it. Call me old-fashioned, but I take my vows very seriously."
Let's hope Lynne and Frank also take the difficulties of their daughter very seriously.
Alexa appears to be in need of some major help here.