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WESTMINSTER, CALIF. (AP) - Former adult film star Jenna Jameson has been arrested in Southern California for investigation of driving under the influence after she struck a light pole with her vehicle.
Police say Jameson had driven her vehicle into a light pole early Friday in Westminster. She suffered minor injuries but refused medical treatment.
A police statement says a field sobriety test was conduct and there were signs of intoxication. Jameson was booked and later cited and released.
A statement issued by her website says Jameson is home and well but has no immediate comment.
Jameson crossed into the mainstream after publishing a popular autobiography in 2004. She has twin sons with mixed martial arts star Tito Ortiz, who two years ago claimed Jameson was addicted to the painkiller Oxycontin.
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