EXCLUSIVE: David Arquette's New Girlfriend Has Secret Drug Arrest


May 28 2018, Updated 10:18 a.m. ET

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The woman David Arquette slept with while still married to Courteney Cox has a secret drug arrest, has learned exclusively.

Jasmine Waltz, a bartender and aspiring actress, hooked up with Arquette while his marriage unraveled, he revealed on the Howard Stern radio show Tuesday.

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Now has discovered that while Arquette was spilling his secrets, Waltz has been busy hiding hers.

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Waltz was arrested for possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana in Orange County, Florida in 2000, learned exclusively.

EXCLUSIVE DOCUMENTS: See Waltz’s Drug Arrest Details

She pled nolo contendere and the court withheld adjudication. Oddly her plea and the court’s decision took place on Jasmine’s 21st birthday.

The charge was a first degree misdemeanor.

And while her new beau Arquette is wealthy, Waltz was so broke she was represented by a public defender. learned through public records that she STILL owes the court money from the $458 fine that was imposed, and that the court has turned it over to a collection agency. The court put her on a payment plan of $38 a month but she didn’t keep up with that.

The Orange County court also suspended her driving priviliges in Florida this year because she still owes them money – 10 years later!

Waltz was sentenced to two days in jail, but credited with time served. She was ordered to pay $458 and according to records obtained by still has a balance of $146.51.

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