In recent weeks, Bobbi Kristina Brown's family have been plagued with legal issues that have only compounded the family's suffering. While Atlanta police have revealed they will move to dismiss the pending warrant for hospitalized Bobbi Kristina's arrest, and no charges were filed after the family's bloody brawl at the W hotel, RadarOnline.com has learned that the cops still could come calling — because Bobby Brown's wife, Alicia Etheredge, secretly has a $10,000 warrant out for her arrest!
Etheredge was arrested for DUI on February 9, 2006, according to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com. In August of that year, she was found guilty and placed on a five-year probation. That probation was revoked several times over the next few years for various offenses. Most recently, Etheredge was due in court for a probation hearing on November 24, 2014, where she was due to present evidence of completed community service hours.
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Brown's wife of two years failed "to appear," however, "without sufficient excuse, and not represented by counsel," court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com state. As such, her probation was revoked, and the court ordered a bench warrant “in the amount of $10,000" on that date.
A rep for the Los Angeles Police Department declined to comment to RadarOnline.com, and court documents show no resolution on the matter.
The fall-out from that 2006 incident — when Etheredge was found to have a BAC over .08 — was not her first alcohol-related run-in with the law. Court documents also show that she was also charged with DUI with a BAC over .08 back in December 1998.
She was found guilty of that offense and placed on a three-year probation, during which she served 209 hours of community service.