Penn family chaos! As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, Sean Penn and Robin Wright’s daughter Dylan was secretly arrested for DUI, and quickly checked into rehab last summer. Just days before the 27-year-old entered a luxury Arizona treatment center, her hot-tempered famous father was caught screaming at her then-boyfriend outside a Brooklyn, New York café, prompting Robin to burst into tears. See the shocking photos to learn more about the family fight.
On May 30, 2017 — just eight days before Dylan checked into treatment for addiction issues — Sean, Robin and Dylan’s then-boyfriend Jimmy Giannopoulos had a somber dinner at Le Gamin, a French café in Brooklyn. The trio then headed outside.
According to an eyewitness, Sean “had his cell phone in his hand and held it up to Jimmy’s face to show him the screen. A heated exchange followed, and Sean’s face got redder and redder as he confronted Jimmy with whatever was on the phone.”
“At one point, Robin broke down in tears, and Sean comforted her with a hug and held her hand,” the onlooker said. “Eventually all three calmed down.”
As Radar exclusively reported, Dylan was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in Los Angeles on August 2, 2015 at 4:23 am.
Officers pulled Dylan over to question her about missing plates, when they said they detected alcohol on her breath. “While I was talking to Penn, I observed her eyes were watery and I detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage emitting from her breath and person,” Officer Mitchell stated in the report.
She had a blood alcohol level of .18, over twice the legal limit for driving.
Dylan plead no contest to the charges, and was ordered to 36 months of probation and a three-month alcohol rehabilitation program.
After begging for an extension to complete the court-ordered program, she checked into a high-end Arizona rehab for a 45-day addiction treatment program.
She finally proved to the court she completed her court-mandated treatment in January 2018. Meanwhile, her brother Hopper, 24, was arrested for possession of marijuana and mushrooms in April. His case is ongoing.
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