On Tuesday, it was reported that Harry Connick Jr.'s daughter Georgia Connick was reportedly arrested over the weekend after throwing a house party at her family home New Canaan, CT residence.
Apparently, the 19-year-old is being charged with allowing minors to possess alcohol as well as procuring alcohol for minors. Yikes!
Remember kiddies, the legal drinking age in the U.S. is 21!
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Nonetheless, it seems that all the drama was just a bit of teenage rebellion. Reportedly, the celeb's teenager told officers that she initially planned a small get together but it quickly escalated when other people showed up.
The American Idol judge and his wife, Jill Goodacre, were NOT home at the time of blonde beauty's house party.
On the arrest, the Will & Grace actor commented:
"This is a private matter which we are dealing with as a family. We have no further comments. Thank you for understanding."
The teenage party went down on Saturday when law enforcers received a call notifying them of the underage drinking after 1 a.m. Party goers reportedly ran from the residence and into the woods when the police arrived — oh youths.
It'll be inneresting to see what kind of punishment Miz Connick receives when she appears in court on September 2.
We hope for the starlet's sake the verdict isn't too severe!
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