Renowned actor and comedian Tiffany Haddish was taken into custody early Friday morning on charges of driving under the influence, according to law enforcement officials. The Beverly Hills Police Department responded to a call around 5:45 a.m., finding Haddish seemingly “slumped” or asleep behind the wheel of a still-running vehicle. According to TMZ, she was placed in handcuffs and arrested.

The acclaimed Emmy and Grammy recipient had performed at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles the previous evening, part of the venue’s 43rd annual Thanksgiving community event. Efforts to reach Haddish’s representative for a statement have so far received no response.

This incident follows a previous arrest last year in a suburb of Atlanta, where Haddish faced similar suspicions of driving under the influence. That arrest also included charges related to improper stopping on a roadway. Court documents indicate that she is scheduled for a trial on Dec. 4 regarding that case.

Haddish’s career boasts significant achievements in film and literature. She has starred in popular movies like “Girls Trip,” “Night School,” “Like a Boss,” and “The Kitchen.” Her book, “The Last Black Unicorn,” became a New York Times bestseller and garnered a Grammy nomination. Her notable accolades include an Emmy in 2018 for a guest spot on “Saturday Night Live” and a Grammy in 2021 for her comedy special “Black Mitzvah.”