Kim Zolciak’s Daughter Ariana Denies DUI, Admits THC Use

Aug.16.2022
Kim Zolciak’s Daughter Ariana Denies DUI, Admits THC Use
Kim Zolciak's daughter Ariana denies drinking and driving after crashing her car, but admits to smoking an electronic cigarette the previous night.

Ariana, the daughter of Kim Zolciak, denied driving under the influence after crashing into another car. However, police say she did admit to using an electronic cigarette the night before.


According to a police report obtained by TMZ, the 20-year-old reality TV star denied drinking while driving under the influence over the weekend. Officials told Zolciak they could smell alcohol on her breath, to which she reportedly claimed the smell may have come from her clothing.


The police reported that Ariana admitted to smoking a THC electronic cigarette the previous night, but claimed she had not consumed any alcohol. However, during the exchange, she repeatedly stated that she had not been drinking, yet officers noted that she appeared visibly unstable during field sobriety testing.


Kim Zolciak's 20-year-old daughter, Ariana, was arrested in Forsyth County, Georgia for drunk driving and three other charges: misdemeanor DUI, misdemeanor improper lane change, and misdemeanor possession/purchase of alcohol by a minor. TMZ was the first to report the story, sourcing the Forsyth County Sheriff's Office for the arrest.


The incident occurred after she reportedly collided with another vehicle.


Ariana's lawyer told us, "Despite Ariana repeatedly stating that she was anxious and worried about the minor accident, the police wrongly determined that she was impaired by alcohol. This is not true. She completely denies these allegations and intends to fight them as she is innocent." She was released on bail shortly after the incident.


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