Tiffany Haddish was arrested on suspicion of impaired driving in Georgia early Friday morning, PEOPLE has confirmed.
The 42-year-old comedian was arrested by Peachtree City police officers for a suspected DUI and wrongful stoppage on a highway, authorities told PEOPLE.
Fayette County Sheriff’s Office
Police say officers received a 911 call around 2:30 a.m. about a driver who had allegedly fallen asleep at the wheel on Highway 74. Along the way, officers located a car that matched description of the 911 call and conducted a traffic stop. .
“A subsequent investigation led to the arrest of Ms. Tiffany Haddish for driving under the influence,” police told PEOPLE. “She was transported to Fayette County Jail without incident.”
TMZ was first to report the news of Haddish’s arrest. The outlet reports that Haddish posted bond and left the jail at around 6:30 a.m.
Authorities told TMZ that the actress had smoked marijuana.
Representatives for Haddish did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.
It comes like the Girls trip The actress has lived through the past difficult weeks with four deaths in her personal life: her grandmother (who raised her), her pet dog and her close friends Bob Saget and Carl Craig.
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Talk with Additional in an interview published on Friday, Haddish added that she was “just sad because I suffered losses.”
She said entertainment tonight in another interview also published on Friday, his “personal life is in shambles”.
“I’m very emotional. I cried a lot because it’s – it’s my heart. My dog was my heart, and the other people who passed by, you know, were my rocks. They were supporting me. I want say, they taught me a lot, so I lost the physical, [but] I’m sure I got them in the spiritual,” Haddish said.
On Monday, Haddish mourned Craig, a music producer, on Instagram, writing, “This one really hurts Carl Craig. When I first met you we laughed for three hours. It was in 2004, you taught me so much about this profession, you protected me, pushed me, scolded me, advised me and congratulated me. I love you and I will keep you in my memories and my heart RIP”