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Drew’s Shame! Barrymore’s Stripper Niece Blythe Once Arrested For DUI

Apr. 13 2018, Updated 9:56 a.m. ET

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Drew Barrymore is sure to be embarrassed after her stripper niece was busted driving under the influence! RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal details on Blythe Barrymore’s shocking bust.

Out of control Blythe, 24, was on her way home from the Pirate’s Cove strip joint in Portland, Oregon where she works when she was pulled over by cops.

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In court documents exclusively obtained by Radar, police busted the heavily tattooed dancing girl just before 2am after witnessing her commit multiple traffic violations on April 29, 2016.

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Her mug shot shows the heavily tattooed redhead, who is the spitting image of her famous aunt, staring straight ahead and looking dazed.

The report notes how Clackamas County Sheriff’s Deputy Josh Brown, “smelled a moderate odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle” when he approached and told her to step out of the car.

He noted her eyes were “glassy, bloodshot, and watery” and she was also slurring her speech while showing other “validated clues” of impairment.

Blythe claimed she’d had two beers at the fully nude strip club between 11pm and 1am. She failed a sobriety test, resulting in her arrest at 2:21am.

When approached for comment, she told Radar she is a “heavy drinker” and has fallen on hard times recently after splitting from her husband.

“I'm going through a streak of bad luck: a divorce, car accident, DUI and sexual assault in the past few years,” she explained.

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Blythe added that she is looking to move on from stripping and dreams of opening a restaurant, but her run-in with the law has left her in debt.

She didn’t show up to one of her court dates and a warrant was issued for her arrest, with police booking her on February 9, 2017 and bail set at $10,000.

Blythe paid a $1,000 deposit and was later released and sentenced on November 14 after the case went to trial.

Her license has been suspended for a year, she was ordered to pay $1,315 and put on 24 months probation.

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