‘My Name Is Earl’ Star Avoids Jail

Aug 26, 2011  •  Post A Comment

One of the stars of “My Name Is Earl” has struck a deal with prosecutors that will enable her to stay out of jail in her DUI case, E! Online reports.

Jaime Pressly pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor count of driving under the influence. She will serve three years on summary probation and must complete a six-month alcohol program and pay fees of $390 plus penalties.

Pressly was stopped Jan. 5, 2011, for a routine traffic violation in Santa Monica, Calif. When she failed a field sobriety test, Pressly then took a Breathalyzer and reportedly registered a .22, about three times the state’s legal limit.


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