Bill Clinton's brother Roger has been released from a southern California jail one day after he was arrested on suspicion of DUI, RadarOnline.com can reveal.
The onetime actor, 56, posted the $15,000 bail after a representative from an agency arrived at the Redondo Beach Police Department today, Lieutenant Joe Hoffman confirms to Radar.
He will return to court in September.
As Radar previously reported, a concerned citizen called police last night at 7:20 pm to report a driver on the Pacific Coast Highway traveling in an "erratic manner," cops said.
After police pulled him over, presidential candidate Hillary's brother-in-law performed field sobriety tests but refused chemical testing at the Redondo Beach jail.
He was placed behind bars at about 10 pm last night, officers claimed.
Roger has a lengthy rap sheet of substance abuse-related arrests. In 1985, he was cuffed for cocaine possession, and 16 years later, received his first DUI.
Lucky for him, powerful big brother Bill pardoned the troubled Clinton's crimes before leaving office.
Could he get preferential treatment this time? Sister Hillary faces Bernie Sanders in the California primary tomorrow.