Bobby Dodd married stranger Danielle Bergman on Married at First Sight, but does he know about her wild child past? RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal Bergman was once in trouble with the law on alcohol-related charges.
In court papers obtained from Fife Municipal Court in Washington, where Bergman lived before moving to Dallas, Texas, she was busted for minor in possession and/or consumption of alcohol on January 26, 2008.
Bergman pled not guilty to the charge on February 1, 2008.
The case was dismissed without prejudice under the stipulation that she can't drive a vehicle without a license, can't drive a vehicle with a blood alcohol count of over .08 and can't refuse a BAC test in the future.
Although Bergman was not arrested, a clerk for the court explained that she was administratively booked and had her finger prints taken in Fife Jail.
The case was dismissed on April 13, 2009.
Bergman married Dodd, 27, on the season 7 premiere of Married at First Sight.
Bergman isn't the only star who has been in trouble with the law.
Former cast member Heather Seidel was arrested for disorderly conduct when she exposed her breasts during a boozy night out. She pled guilty to the charges in April 2003.
Nick Pendergrast was charged with disorderly conduct in January 2007. He paid a fine of $195 for the charge.
David Norton's brother called the police on him when he began acting "aggressive" around his girlfriend.
"Brian said that his brother was a very controlling and possessive person," the police report read. "He became scared for Heidi's safety."
Police observed a "larger male subject pushing a smaller female down." Police identified the man as Norton.
Norton's brother revealed he threatened to "slit my throat and his ex-girlfriend's." Norton pled guilty and the charge was dismissed.
Samantha Role was arrested in 2003 when police pulled her over after driving 100mph. She was also charged with drug and paraphernalia possession after handing over two grams of marijuana and a marijuana cigarette to police. In addition, authorities found two pipes, rolling papers, a lighter and another marijuana cigarette.
She was ordered to complete community service and substance abuse education classes.
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