Bella Hadid, daughter of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Yolanda Foster, was arrested for DUI in the early morning hours of July 22, 2014. According to TMZ, she was driving under the influence and a suspended license.
Reports say that at around 4 a.m., Bella was driving on the Pacific Coast Highway when she failed to stop at a stop sign. However, that wasn't the worst of it. She came close to colliding with a police car from the L.A. County Sheriff's Department.
The law enforcement official gave Bella a breathalyzer test, which she failed. She allegedly blew a .14. This is almost double the legal limit. When the police officer checked her driver's license, he discovered that it had been suspended.
That isn't the worst of it. Bella is only 17, below the legal drinking age. According to the law, she is not supposed to drive with any alcohol in her system.
Police arrested Bella and later released her into the care of David Foster, her stepfather. David appears on "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and he's a Grammy winning composer.
Before police pulled Bella over, she was at the Sugarfish restaurant, located in Los Angeles. She posted on her Twitter page several videos on Vine showing herself along with a male friend. Later that night, Bella tweeted, "I don't think my bed has ever felt this good in my entire life."
Yolanda Foster, star on "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills", was married to Iraqi politician, Mohamed Hadid. in 2003, the couple divorced. They share three kids together, Bella, Gigi, and Anwar. Bella mainly stays away from the cameras, so fans rarely see her on the show. According to Yolanda's webpage, she works part-time at Sunlife Organics. She does some modeling, but her love of horses is where she excels. Besides winning many awards, she competes as a national ranked equestrian.
Bella has a sister, Gigi Hadid. She loves horses and has a modeling career. Her brother, Anwar Hadid loves to play basketball, swim and surf.
Perhaps is Bella can stay out of trouble and sober, she can attain her dream of participating in the 2016 Olympics as an equestrian. Do you think she will achieve her goal, or is this just the beginning of a host of legal problems.