David Hasselhoff’s ex-wife, Pamela Bach, is being sued in connection with an incident in March that resulting in her getting a DUI, reports TMZ.
Mitchell Paulson is seeking unspecified damages. He alleges Bach slammed into his car and injured him when she was driving under the influence.
Bach pleaded no contest to the DUI charge and was placed on probation.
Saturday night, she was arrested for driving under the influence after blowing a 0.13 and a 0.14. Since it is a repeat offense, she will likely serve jail time.
An ambulance was called to David Hasselhoff’s home on Friday, but the Los Angeles County Fire Department will not confirm who was transported from the home, reports TMZ. Hasselhoff’s ex-wife, Pamela Bach, was spotted leaving a local hospital that night with the two daughters the pair share.
The actor has been struggling with alcoholism for years and reportedly arrived at LAX Wednesday looking rather intoxicated. TMZ reports the former Baywatch star kept grinning and saying “It’s all good.”
The National Enquirer is reporting that David Hasselhoff was readmitted to a Los Angeles detox hospital yesterday after a severe alcohol relapse.
Hasselhoff was described as looking “weak,” “trembling” and “ashen.”
Hasselhoff’s alcoholism was smeared all over the internet earlier this year, when a videotape his daughter filmed of him drunk made its way online. The incident left him “humiliated,” but unable to completely kick his habit.
“He lives for his children and it killed him that they had to see him so drunk he didn’t know what he was doing,” a source told the Enquirer. “Most times he does remarkably well,…Then every once in a while he slips up and relapses. Then he has to start all over again.”
Despite the videotape controversy, Hasselhoff did win primary custody of his two children over his ex-wife, Pamela Bach. The 55-year-old was last seen as a judge on the television reality program, America’s Got Talent.