It was hardly a sweet love hangover that Diana Ross had Monday morning.
The former Supremes singer was caught allegedly driving under the influence at 12:30 a.m. in Tucson, Arizona, according to Reuters. Ross, 58, was pulled over by police responding to a report that her vehicle had been swerving. Her blood-alcohol content was determined to be 0.20, more than twice the legal limit.
Ross received tickets for three misdemeanors, including what's known as "extreme DUI," driving with a blood-alcohol level of more than 0.15. The singer was also cited for driving under the influence, and driving with a blood-alcohol content over 0.08.
Taking the advice she purred in 1976, in her version of "Love Hangover," she won't call a doctor, a mama or a preacher, but a lawyer will most likely get a ring from Ross for a tentatively scheduled January 13 court appearance.
The Tucson police department was not taking any calls relating to this matter at press time. A spokesperson for Ross was unavailable.
In May, Ross had checked into a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in Malibu, California, just prior to her summer tour kickoff.