WWE News: WWE Diva Busted for DUI; Claims She Works for Wells Fargo

Mugshot Courtesy Wrestlesite.com
Mugshot Courtesy Wrestlesite.com
Gone Baby GoneContributerAugust 29, 2012

Here we go again.

Every time we get in a good spot, it seems another wrestler is tagged for a DUI. WrestlingInc.com is now reporting that WWE Diva Cameron was cuffed on Friday for that very charge.

WWE Diva Cameron, real name Ariane Andrew, was arrested on a charge of Driving Under the Influence.

The Funkette was arrested on Friday at 2:44 AM in Hillsborough County, Florida. She was released on a $500 bond.

A later report revealed more details surrounding the arrest (via WrestlingInc.com):

WWE Diva Cameron was arrested and charged with DUI on Friday morning in Hillsborough County before being released on $500 bond. It's interesting to note that her police report says she refused to take a breathalyzer test. It's also interesting to note that she listed Wells Fargo as her employer and listed her occupation as "sales associate."

Who knows if Cameron was simply trying to cover up her situation, or whether she is indeed still employed outside of the WWE?

Ultimately, I wouldn't entirely be shocked if she did moonlight, especially considering being a Funkette is such a small part of the WWE product. Who knows if it even pays well? If she only works TV gigs, she must be making even less.

In the end, this is just another sad story about another wrestler that couldn't make a smart decision.

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