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Dash Dolls Star Malika Haqq Breaks Her Silence After DUI Arrest

On Thursday morning, 32-year-old Malika Haqq caused an accident for which she was arrested and taken to the Valley Jail in Van Nuys, Calif. California Highway Patrol responded to a traffic accident in which the motor vehicle of the star was involved.

CHP received a call at 3 a.m. reporting a black Mercedes Benz blocking the lanes on Northbound 101 due to a crash. California Highway Patrol Officer Ibarra said, “After failing a sobriety test, Haqq was arrested at 4:18 am”.

E! News was told by the cops that the actress suffered non-life threatening injuries in the collision and she was driving under the influence of alcohol. No other individual sustained injuries in the accident.

On Saturday, she tweeted and showed her regret for the incident she caused. “I never imagined I would have to apologize for poor behavior and today I am thankful to be alive to say I’m sorry for my actions. My bruises don’t meet my shame.” She added, “Learn from the error in my ways… Save others, save yourself”.

According to sources, she was cooperative with authorities after the two-vehicle accident.

Her bond was set at $30,000 and she was released the same day.

Her twin sister Khadijah Haqq McCray gave a statement in which it was written, “We all go through rough patches and this has been a difficult year for my sister. Malika understands the gravity of her actions and deeply apologizes. At this time, we will deal with this as a family”.

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My name is Aaron Bortel. I practice in the state of California. I handle DUI cases exclusively and have been practicing for over 25 years.

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