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Celebrity Chef Michael Chiarello Arrested on DUI and Drug Possession Charges

Celebrity Chef Michael Chiarello Arrested on DUI and Drug Possession Charges

Food Network star Michael Chiarello was arrested on charges of driving under the influence and was released on bail

This is the second time this year Chiarello has been in trouble with the law.

Celebrity chef and Food Network star Michael Chiarello is not having a great 2016. Earlier this year, the host of Easy Entertaining was sued on sexual harassment charges in two separate lawsuits by former employees.This past weekend, Chiarello was arrested on charges of drug possession and driving under the influence in Yountville, California.

The highway patrol officer confirmed Chiarello was arrested shortly after 3:30 a.m. in Napa, and that he was driving from his Bottega restaurant in Yountville. He was arrested and subsequently released after posting a $5,000 bail.

A spokesperson for Chiarello said he was embarrassed and had apologized to the people closest to him, but that “he intends to vigorously challenge the misdemeanor charges filed against him,” according to the Los Angeles Times.

The arrest came just days after the Chiarello settled the lawsuit between his two former employees who said they were “forced to endure a hostile, sexually-charged work environment.”


Virulent heterosexualist Michael Chiarello faces DUI and drug possession charges

Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving under the influence and possessing drugs while driving his Porsche in Napa County, officials said.

Chiarello, who appeared on Bravo TV’s popular cooking show “Top Chef Masters,” was stopped at 3:27 a.m. while driving his two-door 2015 Porsche Boxster on Silverado Trail, said Officer Marc Renspurger, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol in Napa.

Chiarello was taken into custody and booked on suspicion of DUI and possessing a controlled substance, Renspurger said. He was released the same day, according to jail records.

Chiarello’s spokesman said in a statement that although he was embarrassed and apologized to people close to him, “he intends to vigorously challenge the misdemeanor charges filed against him.”

He definitely seems the type.

[quote]Specifically, Chiarello was charged with VC23152(a) (driving under the influence of alcohol) and HS11377(a) (possession of a controlled substance). While HS11377(a) does not specify which controlled substance, it is commonly used in California for meth-related charges.

[quote]Health & Safety Code 11377 HS makes it a crime to possess methamphetamines for personal use without a valid prescription. For most defendants, HS 11377 simple possession of methamphetamines will be charged as a California misdemeanor.

So he's been saying "meth mouth" all along? And I just thought it was his lithp.


Virulent heterosexualist Michael Chiarello faces DUI and drug possession charges

Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving under the influence and possessing drugs while driving his Porsche in Napa County, officials said.

Chiarello, who appeared on Bravo TV’s popular cooking show “Top Chef Masters,” was stopped at 3:27 a.m. while driving his two-door 2015 Porsche Boxster on Silverado Trail, said Officer Marc Renspurger, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol in Napa.

Chiarello was taken into custody and booked on suspicion of DUI and possessing a controlled substance, Renspurger said. He was released the same day, according to jail records.

Chiarello’s spokesman said in a statement that although he was embarrassed and apologized to people close to him, “he intends to vigorously challenge the misdemeanor charges filed against him.”

He definitely seems the type.

[quote]Specifically, Chiarello was charged with VC23152(a) (driving under the influence of alcohol) and HS11377(a) (possession of a controlled substance). While HS11377(a) does not specify which controlled substance, it is commonly used in California for meth-related charges.

[quote]Health & Safety Code 11377 HS makes it a crime to possess methamphetamines for personal use without a valid prescription. For most defendants, HS 11377 simple possession of methamphetamines will be charged as a California misdemeanor.

So he's been saying "meth mouth" all along? And I just thought it was his lithp.


Virulent heterosexualist Michael Chiarello faces DUI and drug possession charges

Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving under the influence and possessing drugs while driving his Porsche in Napa County, officials said.

Chiarello, who appeared on Bravo TV’s popular cooking show “Top Chef Masters,” was stopped at 3:27 a.m. while driving his two-door 2015 Porsche Boxster on Silverado Trail, said Officer Marc Renspurger, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol in Napa.

Chiarello was taken into custody and booked on suspicion of DUI and possessing a controlled substance, Renspurger said. He was released the same day, according to jail records.

Chiarello’s spokesman said in a statement that although he was embarrassed and apologized to people close to him, “he intends to vigorously challenge the misdemeanor charges filed against him.”

He definitely seems the type.

[quote]Specifically, Chiarello was charged with VC23152(a) (driving under the influence of alcohol) and HS11377(a) (possession of a controlled substance). While HS11377(a) does not specify which controlled substance, it is commonly used in California for meth-related charges.

[quote]Health & Safety Code 11377 HS makes it a crime to possess methamphetamines for personal use without a valid prescription. For most defendants, HS 11377 simple possession of methamphetamines will be charged as a California misdemeanor.

So he's been saying "meth mouth" all along? And I just thought it was his lithp.


Virulent heterosexualist Michael Chiarello faces DUI and drug possession charges

Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving under the influence and possessing drugs while driving his Porsche in Napa County, officials said.

Chiarello, who appeared on Bravo TV’s popular cooking show “Top Chef Masters,” was stopped at 3:27 a.m. while driving his two-door 2015 Porsche Boxster on Silverado Trail, said Officer Marc Renspurger, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol in Napa.

Chiarello was taken into custody and booked on suspicion of DUI and possessing a controlled substance, Renspurger said. He was released the same day, according to jail records.

Chiarello’s spokesman said in a statement that although he was embarrassed and apologized to people close to him, “he intends to vigorously challenge the misdemeanor charges filed against him.”

He definitely seems the type.

[quote]Specifically, Chiarello was charged with VC23152(a) (driving under the influence of alcohol) and HS11377(a) (possession of a controlled substance). While HS11377(a) does not specify which controlled substance, it is commonly used in California for meth-related charges.

[quote]Health & Safety Code 11377 HS makes it a crime to possess methamphetamines for personal use without a valid prescription. For most defendants, HS 11377 simple possession of methamphetamines will be charged as a California misdemeanor.

So he's been saying "meth mouth" all along? And I just thought it was his lithp.


Virulent heterosexualist Michael Chiarello faces DUI and drug possession charges

Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving under the influence and possessing drugs while driving his Porsche in Napa County, officials said.

Chiarello, who appeared on Bravo TV’s popular cooking show “Top Chef Masters,” was stopped at 3:27 a.m. while driving his two-door 2015 Porsche Boxster on Silverado Trail, said Officer Marc Renspurger, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol in Napa.

Chiarello was taken into custody and booked on suspicion of DUI and possessing a controlled substance, Renspurger said. He was released the same day, according to jail records.

Chiarello’s spokesman said in a statement that although he was embarrassed and apologized to people close to him, “he intends to vigorously challenge the misdemeanor charges filed against him.”

He definitely seems the type.

[quote]Specifically, Chiarello was charged with VC23152(a) (driving under the influence of alcohol) and HS11377(a) (possession of a controlled substance). While HS11377(a) does not specify which controlled substance, it is commonly used in California for meth-related charges.

[quote]Health & Safety Code 11377 HS makes it a crime to possess methamphetamines for personal use without a valid prescription. For most defendants, HS 11377 simple possession of methamphetamines will be charged as a California misdemeanor.

So he's been saying "meth mouth" all along? And I just thought it was his lithp.


Virulent heterosexualist Michael Chiarello faces DUI and drug possession charges

Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving under the influence and possessing drugs while driving his Porsche in Napa County, officials said.

Chiarello, who appeared on Bravo TV’s popular cooking show “Top Chef Masters,” was stopped at 3:27 a.m. while driving his two-door 2015 Porsche Boxster on Silverado Trail, said Officer Marc Renspurger, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol in Napa.

Chiarello was taken into custody and booked on suspicion of DUI and possessing a controlled substance, Renspurger said. He was released the same day, according to jail records.

Chiarello’s spokesman said in a statement that although he was embarrassed and apologized to people close to him, “he intends to vigorously challenge the misdemeanor charges filed against him.”

He definitely seems the type.

[quote]Specifically, Chiarello was charged with VC23152(a) (driving under the influence of alcohol) and HS11377(a) (possession of a controlled substance). While HS11377(a) does not specify which controlled substance, it is commonly used in California for meth-related charges.

[quote]Health & Safety Code 11377 HS makes it a crime to possess methamphetamines for personal use without a valid prescription. For most defendants, HS 11377 simple possession of methamphetamines will be charged as a California misdemeanor.

So he's been saying "meth mouth" all along? And I just thought it was his lithp.


Virulent heterosexualist Michael Chiarello faces DUI and drug possession charges

Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving under the influence and possessing drugs while driving his Porsche in Napa County, officials said.

Chiarello, who appeared on Bravo TV’s popular cooking show “Top Chef Masters,” was stopped at 3:27 a.m. while driving his two-door 2015 Porsche Boxster on Silverado Trail, said Officer Marc Renspurger, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol in Napa.

Chiarello was taken into custody and booked on suspicion of DUI and possessing a controlled substance, Renspurger said. He was released the same day, according to jail records.

Chiarello’s spokesman said in a statement that although he was embarrassed and apologized to people close to him, “he intends to vigorously challenge the misdemeanor charges filed against him.”

He definitely seems the type.

[quote]Specifically, Chiarello was charged with VC23152(a) (driving under the influence of alcohol) and HS11377(a) (possession of a controlled substance). While HS11377(a) does not specify which controlled substance, it is commonly used in California for meth-related charges.

[quote]Health & Safety Code 11377 HS makes it a crime to possess methamphetamines for personal use without a valid prescription. For most defendants, HS 11377 simple possession of methamphetamines will be charged as a California misdemeanor.

So he's been saying "meth mouth" all along? And I just thought it was his lithp.


Virulent heterosexualist Michael Chiarello faces DUI and drug possession charges

Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving under the influence and possessing drugs while driving his Porsche in Napa County, officials said.

Chiarello, who appeared on Bravo TV’s popular cooking show “Top Chef Masters,” was stopped at 3:27 a.m. while driving his two-door 2015 Porsche Boxster on Silverado Trail, said Officer Marc Renspurger, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol in Napa.

Chiarello was taken into custody and booked on suspicion of DUI and possessing a controlled substance, Renspurger said. He was released the same day, according to jail records.

Chiarello’s spokesman said in a statement that although he was embarrassed and apologized to people close to him, “he intends to vigorously challenge the misdemeanor charges filed against him.”

He definitely seems the type.

[quote]Specifically, Chiarello was charged with VC23152(a) (driving under the influence of alcohol) and HS11377(a) (possession of a controlled substance). While HS11377(a) does not specify which controlled substance, it is commonly used in California for meth-related charges.

[quote]Health & Safety Code 11377 HS makes it a crime to possess methamphetamines for personal use without a valid prescription. For most defendants, HS 11377 simple possession of methamphetamines will be charged as a California misdemeanor.

So he's been saying "meth mouth" all along? And I just thought it was his lithp.


Virulent heterosexualist Michael Chiarello faces DUI and drug possession charges

Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving under the influence and possessing drugs while driving his Porsche in Napa County, officials said.

Chiarello, who appeared on Bravo TV’s popular cooking show “Top Chef Masters,” was stopped at 3:27 a.m. while driving his two-door 2015 Porsche Boxster on Silverado Trail, said Officer Marc Renspurger, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol in Napa.

Chiarello was taken into custody and booked on suspicion of DUI and possessing a controlled substance, Renspurger said. He was released the same day, according to jail records.

Chiarello’s spokesman said in a statement that although he was embarrassed and apologized to people close to him, “he intends to vigorously challenge the misdemeanor charges filed against him.”

He definitely seems the type.

[quote]Specifically, Chiarello was charged with VC23152(a) (driving under the influence of alcohol) and HS11377(a) (possession of a controlled substance). While HS11377(a) does not specify which controlled substance, it is commonly used in California for meth-related charges.

[quote]Health & Safety Code 11377 HS makes it a crime to possess methamphetamines for personal use without a valid prescription. For most defendants, HS 11377 simple possession of methamphetamines will be charged as a California misdemeanor.

So he's been saying "meth mouth" all along? And I just thought it was his lithp.


Virulent heterosexualist Michael Chiarello faces DUI and drug possession charges

Celebrity chef Michael Chiarello was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving under the influence and possessing drugs while driving his Porsche in Napa County, officials said.

Chiarello, who appeared on Bravo TV’s popular cooking show “Top Chef Masters,” was stopped at 3:27 a.m. while driving his two-door 2015 Porsche Boxster on Silverado Trail, said Officer Marc Renspurger, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol in Napa.

Chiarello was taken into custody and booked on suspicion of DUI and possessing a controlled substance, Renspurger said. He was released the same day, according to jail records.

Chiarello’s spokesman said in a statement that although he was embarrassed and apologized to people close to him, “he intends to vigorously challenge the misdemeanor charges filed against him.”

He definitely seems the type.

[quote]Specifically, Chiarello was charged with VC23152(a) (driving under the influence of alcohol) and HS11377(a) (possession of a controlled substance). While HS11377(a) does not specify which controlled substance, it is commonly used in California for meth-related charges.

[quote]Health & Safety Code 11377 HS makes it a crime to possess methamphetamines for personal use without a valid prescription. For most defendants, HS 11377 simple possession of methamphetamines will be charged as a California misdemeanor.

So he's been saying "meth mouth" all along? And I just thought it was his lithp.


Watch the video: Celebrity Chef Michael Chiarello Embarrassed Following Arrest on Suspicion of DUI and Drug Poss (January 2022).