She must have taken the red pill.
Montana Fishburne (pictured above), former porn star and oldest daughter of actor Laurence Fishburne, was arrested over the weekend near her Florida home.
According to DailyMail.com, the 25-year-old was taken into custody early Saturday morning by Florida Highway Patrol officers after being involved in a major highway accident.
Fishburne was driving on the six-lane interstate in Fort Lauderdale at about 1 a.m. in her Toyota Corolla when she rear-ended a Range Rover that slowed down to avoid another accident.
The Matrix actor’s daughter was not injured in the crash, but the responding officer said he could smell a strong odor of alcohol on her breath. He noted in his report:
“I noticed an open bottle of wine on the real left floor, and the two front seats were splashed with a purple liquid with a strong odor of alcohol.”
The documents show the Fort Lauderdale resident failed a series of sobriety tests and was acting “incoherent” at the scene. The report added:
“Subject (Fishburne) was moving around constantly and was making incoherent statements such as her driver’s license being different if I was to arrest her.”
The former porn star was so blitzed, she reportedly squatted and urinated on the shoulder of the interstate right in front of cops as officials were clearing the accident!
At the police station, Fishburne allegedly blew a .177 and .181 on the breathalyzer — well over the legal limit of .08.
Montana moved to the coastal city in 2014, shortly after her foray into the porn industry at 19 years old. The aspiring actress recorded a graphic sex tape video with a man in an attempt to pull a Kim Kardashian and launch herself into mainstream fame.
Unfortunately, the sexual shortcut didn’t work out for her — and instead ostracized the performer from her famous father. She has spent the past few years under the radar, reportedly stripping in Florida.
But now, these DUI charges could land her in a maximum three-year sentence in a state prison. She was released Saturday afternoon on a $2,500 bond.