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David Hasselhoff's Daughter Hayley Charged With DUI!

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Feb. 8 2013, Published 1:53 p.m. ET

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David Hasselhoff's daughter, Hayley, has been charged with DUI and speeding, after an arrest In Los Angeles just after Christmas, is exclusively reporting.

Prosecutors formally filed the charges against the aspiring actress on January 3, and she faces up to six months in jail if convicted of the DUI.

"Hayley is going to fight the charges," a source told exclusively.

The Knight Rider star was captured shirtless, on videotape in 2007, in a drunken tirade eating a cheeseburger. Hoff's oldest daughter, Taylor Ann taped it in a Las Vegas hotel room and begged her father to stop drinking; the now infamous video went viral.

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Hayley's mom, Pamela Bach, The Hoff's ex-wife, was arrested twice for DUI in 2009 and 2010. She was sentenced to 90 days in jail and had to wear an ankle bracelet for six months which was used to detect if she had alcohol in her system.

As previously reported, David's recent reality show was canceled after only two episodes.

“The show was canceled because the ratings were low,” a source previously told us. “It didn’t perform and the decision was made to pull it off the air. This is one of the fastest A&E has ever pulled a show off the air.”

Celebrity Justice

The A&E show followed The Hoff and his two daughters, Hayley and Taylor Ann.

The premise of the show focused on their relationship and the trials and tribulations they go through as they continue working the Hollywood gauntlet.

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