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Former Playboy Playmate Arrested on Suspicion of DUI

Posted on Jul 08, 2007

From the buff to the brig it was for one former Playboy Playmate two weeks ago. The onetime centerfold girl’s latest “photo op” came in an Oberlin, Ohio Police Department mug shot.

Jennifer Lyn Jackson, former Playboy Playmate was arrested June 30 after failing a sobriety test in Oberlin, an hour southwest of her native Cleveland. Oberlin Police arrested the former April 1989 centerfold model on suspicion of DUI according to MyFoxCleveland.com.

Illegal Drugs Found in Jackson’s Car

Investigating officers found marijuana, rolling papers, open beer as well as cigarettes and cigars Jackson allegedly stole from a convenience store. Jackson pled not guilty to drunk driving and theft in a July 3 court arraignment. She faces six charges in all from theft to drug abuse and has a court date July 11.

Jackson registered a 0.77 on the Oberlin BAC test. The legal limit in Ohio is 0.08. A police cruiser dash cam video shows Jackson almost falling down while taking the test. Police said her vehicle had previously crossed the double yellow line on State Route 58.

Playmate Has Criminal Record

The former Playmate has a criminal record to accompany her portfolio. In March 2005, Jackson and associate Stephen Santa were arrested in Ohio for receiving stolen property, stemming from the burglary of $600 in power tools taken from a mobile home.

When photographed for Playboy at 20, Jackson was attending Kent State University pursuing a double major in finance and business administration.

Photographs of Jackson in the nude and in lingerie have appeared in 10 issues of Playboy from 1989 to 1999, according to Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia.

http://www.wltx.com/news/story.aspx?storyid=51215
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