She fought the law and the law won.
The daughter of Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) was arrested in Hollywood early this morning for alleged drunk driving. Los Angeles police say Alexandra Kerry, 36, was stopped by police during a traffic stop at about 12:40 a.m.
We could not confirm rumors that Kerry has been consulting to state Senator Anthony Galluccio of Massachusetts.
Angry over Sen. Anthony Galluccio’s latest roadway ruckus, Senate President Therese Murray has advised the two-time drunken driving lawmaker to get himself a driver, the Herald has learned.
But Alexandra is a filmmaker by trade, who is said to be working on a movie about the burdens of being born Kerry.
Kerry is in pre-production as the co-writer/director of the film adaptation of Jessica Shattuck's novel, "The Hazards of Good Breeding", scheduled to shoot in 2008.
Will she claim to have been pretending to be drunk - part of her research on "Hazards?"
“Officers detected signs and symptoms of being under the influence of alcohol,” said Officer Bruce Borihanh of LAPD. Kerry was booked at the Hollywood police station and held until 5:25 a.m. after she posted $5,000 bail. Borihanh said he did not know what Kerry’s blood-alcohol level was. Alexandra Kerry is the eldest daughter of John Kerry, the 2004 Democratic Party presidential nominee.
Christ, you know it ain't easy.