August 30th, 2012 by faye
Professional wrestler and manager Cameron of WWE, who was arrested by the authorities last week due to driving under the influence, allegedly offered the cops $10,000 to let her go.
According to reports, media outlet TMZ was able to obtain the arrest report filed by the police in Tampa Bay, Florida, showing 24-year-old Cameron arrested at 2:23 on Friday morning outside the Tampa International Airport.
The report said that Cameron blew a .20 on the breathalyzer — more than twice the legal limit in Florida.
When the police took her into custody due to driving under the influence of alcohol, the police report said that Cameron offered one of the police officers $10,000 to “let her go because she would lose her job.”
In the legal docs, police said that Cameron — whose real name is Ariane Nicole Andrew, — listed her employer as World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (WWE)
The police said that Cameron had a male passenger on her vehicle, who told the cops he and the WWE superstar had been drinking martinis before hitting the road.
Cameron was subsequently booked for DUI, and was eventually released on a $500 bond.
A rep for WWE released a statement, saying, “Ariane [Cameron] did not alert us to this matter, we are investigating and will take appropriate action.”