Audrey Roloff has had a long history of serious driving offenses, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned. The 27-year-old new mom has already been busted four times for breaking several driving laws.
Most recently, the Little People, Big World star was pulled over for a distracted driving offense near her home in Oregon.
According to the Washington County Police Department, cops busted Roloff on Wednesday, August 22, around 9:30 a.m. for using her cell phone while driving.
"She was issued a citation," Detective Robert Rookhuÿzen told RadarOnline.com. "It's illegal to operate a motor vehicle while using your mobile electronic device."
Fortunately, her 10-month-old daughter, Ember, was not in the car at the time. Detective Rookhuÿzen told RadarOnline.com that the reality star was alone during the traffic stop.
Roloff later took to Instagram to admit she had been caught.
"If you are holding your phone while you’re driving, even if you’re talking on speaker phone, even if you’re dialing somebody’s number, it doesn’t matter if you’re at a stoplight or if you’re just looking at your Google Maps to see where you’re going, you cannot pick up your phone while driving," Roloff told fans.
"I’m telling you this because I have been in the car with lots of people who pick up their phone to type in an address for Google Maps, or change the song on Spotify, or answer a phone call, or dial the phone, even if they’re talking on speaker or Bluetooth," She added. "I just thought I’d pop on here and remind you all, because I was reminded today how dangerous it is to pick up your phone even for a split second."
Meanwhile, in 2014, Roloff was pulled over for violating the "basic speed rule," Marion County Circuit Court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com reveal. She pled no contest and was convicted. The case was dismissed after she was ordered to pay $260 in fines.
In February of 2010, Roloff was found guilty for "failure to obey traffic control device." While it is unclear what exactly happened, the judge ordered her to undergo a medical assessment and she was forced to pay $120 in fines.
That same year, on April 19, 2010, Roloff broke the law again for speeding. The cop issued her a ticket. While she pled not guilty, she was still convicted and paid $216 in fines.
Here's to hoping Roloff doesn't break any laws while her baby girl is in the car.
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