Based on the antics of the "Buckwild" stars, you might expect one or more of them might getting into trouble, and early Monday morning, "star" Salwa Amin was arrested on felony drug charges. Amin was charged with two counts of drug possession with intent to deliver, one for Oxycodone and one for heroin.
Summersville, W.Va., police say Salwa Amin, was found hiding in a shed with Jason D. Jones, who owns the home, and Shawn L. Booker. Neither Jones nor Booker are associated with the "Buckwild" series.
According to the chief of police, authorities had the house under observation for a day when then noticed a large quantity of visitors who entered the home and left after a very brief period. After receiving a search warrant, they entered the shed where they found Salwa with a "quantity of Oxycodone" in her purse. Police also found three packages of heroin, as well as a "large amount of money" on Booker.
Authorities added that once arrested, Jones flipped, saying that Booker and Salwa transported the drugs to his house with the intent to distribute. Amin is currently being held on $200,000 bond at the Central Regional Jail.
"Buckwild" has aired its complete first season of twelve episodes already, with the last being shown on Feb. 7. It is unclear if the series will be renewed by MTV.
It's true though that U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va) has asked MTV to cancel the series. He said that the show profits off of "poor decisions of our youth," and added that the show set plays to "ugly, inaccurate stereotypes about West Virginians."
Thus far, MTV has not commented on Amin's arrest.