Officers were responding to a call about a single-vehicle collision when they found Adams' damaged Jeep Wrangler next to a downed electric pole. According to a report from the Myrtle Beach Police Department, when officers asked the 26-year-old how much she'd had to drink, she told them she'd consumed three beers and one shot, though later she added three more shots to that tally.
Her blood alcohol level was .20 -- .08 is the legal limit in South Carolina.
There was more trouble on Saturday night as Taylor Burt, known as "the king of Myrtle Beach nightlife" on the TLC series, was arrested for having sex with a minor under the age of 16.
According to the police report, a 15-year-old and her mother made the allegations against Burt, 28, on Friday. The girl went on to get physical exam at Grand Strand Regional Medical Center.
No further details have been made available about Burt's arrest.
But the brushes with the law continued on Sunday, with the latest incident involving 21-year-old Lindsay Colbert.
A Myrtle Beach police report reveals that Colbert was arrested for driving under the influence -- with a blood alcohol level above .15 -- and speeding.
A separate incident report described Adams' behavior as "an emotional rollercoaster throughout the procedure" and said the reality star asked the arresting officer, "Are you giving me (expletive) 'cause I am on the show?"
She was also said to have made racial slurs toward the officer.
TODAY.com reached to TLC about the arrests, but the network had no comment.
The ballroom battle continued to heat up on "Dancing With the Stars" Monday night, but there was more than one battle going on in the competition.
At the top of the leaderboard, the fight was for first-place bragging rights -- and that continued to be a neck-and-neck battle between "Dancing" queens Zendaya and Kellie Pickler (more on that later). But from the back of the pack, Andy Dick was fighting too -- fighting to stay in the competition.
Andy is far from the best dancer, but what the actor-comedian lacks in technique, he more than makes up for with sincerity and fun.
For his latest routine, he attempted a sexy samba with partner Sharna Burgess. What he delivered didn't exactly look like a samba, and it certainly wasn't sexy. But it was big on personality, and there wasn't anything halfhearted about it.
"Andy, if the others have climbed hills, you have climbed mountains," head judge Len Goodman said of his efforts.
But moving mountains doesn't show up on the scoreboard. Len and his fellow panelists gave Andy 6s all around.
Fair enough -- or at least it would have been, had the judges not given former "Bachelor" Sean Lowe three more points than that for his own seriously flawed samba.
Len told Sean he needed to set his sights higher than just beating Andy -- a low blow that earned boos from Andy's fans
"Is that the best you can do with the booing?!" Len asked, egging on the crowd.
If that slight made Andy's supporters unhappy, their moods didn't improve after Victor Ortiz took the floor. The boxer looked lost throughout his rumba routine and obviously missed a few steps along the way. Heck, he knew it was bad -- he was shaking his head when it was all over. Still, what turned out to be the worst dance of the night earned him the exact same score as Andy.
The other stars had a far better night. Actor Ingo Rademacher put on his best dance yet with a 24-point tango, and Aly Raisman beat him with her flowing 27-point foxtrot.
And as for the aforementioned "Dancing" queens, they both proved worthy of heir matching scores of 29 points. Zendaya's near-perfect cha-cha wowed the crowd, and Kellie's quickstep wowed Len (who handed out his first 10 of the season for it).
But everyone had one more chance to add to their scores before the night was over. In honor of the show's theme for the evening -- Stevie Wonder night -- the celebs split into teams for group routines.
Team Paso, made up of Zendaya, Ingo, Jacoby and Victor, moved to "Higher Ground," while Team Samba (Kellie, Sean, Aly and Andy) grooved to "Supersition." The judges favored the latter act, giving the samba set a score of 25 points versus 23 for the other team. And that made all the difference when it came to the various ballroom battles.
Suddenly the "Dancing" queens weren't neck-and-neck, as Kellie nabbed the lead for the night.
And Andy? He just barely climbed out of last place thanks to those extra points. Of course, only time will tell if he has enough support from fans to stick around on beyond Tuesday night.
Has tough boardroom boss Donald Trump gone soft? Well, if his grand gesture at the end of Sunday's episode of "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" is anything to go by, then the answer is yes!
It all happened after Team Power lost yet another challenge. When tasked with creating an engaging tourism campaign for South Africa, it was Brande Roderick who led the team to a loss against Plan B's superior ad.
Trump, with this week's boardroom advisor -- former contestant Bret Michaels -- by his side, grilled Roderick about the failure and her odd choice to have Marilu Henner and Trace Adkins face the firing squad with her.
"You're with two people who don't deserve to be fired, wouldn't you agree?" Trump said.
On Sunday night, fans of Ryan Lochte got a glimpse of what life's like for the five-time Olympic gold medalist when he's not hanging out poolside thanks to his new reality TV show, "What Would Ryan Lochte Do?" But for those who missed the premiere, there's still a chance to find out the answer to the show's title question.
During a Monday morning visit to TODAY, Lochte revealed that he'd do just about anything -- the bigger the risk, the better.
"I’m not your average Olympian," he said. "You know when you think about Olympians, you think about (how) they eat, they train, they sleep. That’s it. For me that’s not the case at all. I like doing other stuff. I like going out and having a good time. I like doing stuff I could probably get myself hurt in, like playing basketball, skateboarding, surfing -- you name it, I'm doing it."
And viewers will see it -- not that he's only sharing the exciting stuff with the public. After all, the cameras capture everything!
"The first, like, couple of days … I was awake and brushing my teeth and the camera was right there," Lochte recalled. "I'm going downstairs to eat breakfast before swim practice, the camera's there. The camera is there 24/7, and I wasn’t used to that."
But now he doesn't mind the living under the lens. In fact, he's found one big perk that's come from it.
"The best thing about this show was I got really close with my family," the swimmer explained. "I mean, I was seeing them maybe once or twice every three months (before). (With) this show, I saw them once or twice every week, and it just brought us a lot closer together."
Catch more from Lochte -- and his family -- when "What Would Ryan Lochte Do?" airs next Sunday at 10 p.m. on E!
Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister on "Game of Thrones."
By Ree Hines, TODAY contributor
He stars on one of television's hottest dramas. He plays the most popular character on the show. Heck, he's nabbed an Emmy and a Golden Globe for the role. But no matter how many accolades have come his way since taking on the part of Tyrion Lannister on "Game of Thrones," Peter Dinklage just doesn't believe the hype he hears about himself.
One of the claims Dinklage doesn't buy -- no matter what female fans say -- is that he's now a sex symbol, or as some call him, a DwILF ("Dwarf I'd like to ..." -- well, you get the idea).
"That's very clever," the actor said of the acronym in a recent 20 Questions interview with Playboy magazine. "Honestly, I think there's an irony in all of this. I take it with a grain of salt. They'll say, 'Oh, he's sexy,' but women still go for guys who are six-foot-two. It's nice that people are thinking outside the box, but I don't believe any of it for a minute."
He also doesn't believe his new "badass" image, courtesy of his "Thrones" character. And if fans knew the full story behind his onscreen adventures, he doesn't think they'd believe it either.
"There's a scene in the show when I chop a man's leg off from behind," he explained. "The gentleman was probably about 70 years old. They filmed him from the back, so you don't see how old he is. Also he's an amputee. He had one leg, so basically I just knocked out the fake leg. I had a big dull sword, and I knocked a wooden leg off an amputee who was 70 years old. So to answer your question, no, I don't feel like a badass."
In fact, he insisted that the "fight scenes are all a big lie."
"The whole time, you're trying not to get hit in the eye with a sword, and you wish you had on a welding helmet," Dinklaged added.
When you recall that he scored a mere 12 points in his first week, funnyman D.L. Hughley actually had a decent run on "Dancing With the Stars." But that stint came to an end Tuesday night after he and pro partner Cheryl Burke were voted off the show.
“My heart is very sad, but my knees are happy as heck,” Hughley told reporters after the live broadcast. “We took the ride as long as we could.”
Burke said the comic had a backup plan had he not been sent home since, starting next week, contenders are going to have to start performing two routines.
“He said he was going to pull a hamstring,” said Burke, who only sounded like she was half-joking.
Hughley credits his and Burke’s supporters for keeping them in the game this long. He hopes to take any new fans he's made with him when he launches a new animated sitcom on FX in the near future.
Burke, as is standard with eliminated pros, will continue to make appearances on "Dancing" results shows. She’s also had a meeting with producers of "The Bachelorette," in hopes of headlining an upcoming season, but fans won't catch her there any time soon.
“It’s not up to me,” she shrugged. “They’ve already picked their new bachelorette.”
Oh, and speaking of "The Bachelor," Tom Bergeron was just setting up a joke on Tuesday's results show when he said that there was going to be a televised wedding special in August featuring Sean Lowe and his fiancé Catherine Giudici -- hence the confused look on Lowe’s face! The host was poking fun at Lowe’s budding “bromance” with Tristan MacManus.
An ABC rep told Today that no such wedding special has been confirmed.
Tony Dovo-who? Tristan Mac-whatzit? On Monday night's "Dancing With the Stars," several pros who aren't currently competing in the ballroom bash returned to tackle the show's latest theme, but there was no hiding the real main attraction.
Forget the other pros! Forget the theme! (Really -- more on that later.) Heck, forget the stars! Monday was all about the return of ballroom bad boy Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
For only the second time since Maks first joined "Dancing" back in season two, the fan favorite isn't a regular on the dance floor -- and the producers clearly knew just how much he's been missed.
An opening group routine first showcased the popular pro with plenty of fanfare as he took his former fiancée, Karina Smirnoff, for a spin across the floor. But that was far from the only glimpse viewers got.
The easy-on-the-eyes pro returned -- twice -- for head judge Len Goodman's Side-by-Side challenge. The idea was to feature a pro couple showing off their perfect moves before the stars hit the floor alongside them. That posed a problem many times over the course of the evening, because ... well, pros are better than amateurs -- and it shows.
But there was one time the gimmick worked. That's when Maks (and fellow pro Anna Trebunskaya) joined his brother Val and this season's "Dancing" queen, Zendaya on the dance floor. Maks and Anna attacked the routine, and Val and Zendaya matched them move for move until they broke off for their own intense Argentine tango. For both Zendaya and her pro, the dance was a first -- not that anyone would have guessed.
"It was like a lemon tart: sharp and tangy at the top, crisp and tasty below," Len boasted before giving the perfect-appearing dance a 9.
As for Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli, they handed out the first 10s of the season for the effort.
While getting the highest score of the season so far, Val took the opportunity to remind viewers of Monday's tragedy in Boston. "These are our first 10s, and I don’t want to overdo the subject, but I wanna dedicate these 10s to everybody in Boston," he said. "Honestly, this is a difficult show to be part of right now, and I just hope we’re doing something special for everybody."
Though Maks helped Val and Zendaya rocket to the top of the scoreboard, it's not as though he could make every other couple look that good. When he and Anna paired up with the always-entertaining Jacoby Jones and Karina, the skill gap was hard to ignore in their jive. Maks didn't hold back for his part, but Jacoby just couldn't keep up.
Despite high praise from the panel -- and high scores in the form of two 9s and an 8 -- the wide receiver was clearly exhausted as the extra-long dance went on and on, long after his best content ended.
Maks hung up his dancing shoes for the night after those routines (though fans can expect to see more from him on Tuesday's results show), but the dances continued to suffer with the other pro pairings.
In fact, the only other couple that did the challenge justice besides Zendaya and Val was their closest competition in the ballroom, Kellie Pickler and Derek Hough. Teamed up with troupe dancer Henry Byalikov and Anna (again!), the pair shined in a Foxtrot that marked Kellie's first traditional ballroom number and her best score yet -- a matching set of 9s.
Point-wise, Aly Raisman and Mark Ballas (who took the floor with Tony Dovolani and trouper Whitney Carson) trailed Kellie by just two, but the booty-shaking samba lacked finesse and synchronized moves. The latter of which was a problem time and time again.
Despite Len's early assurance that the challenge meant "every move, every step must be perfectly in synch," they just weren't -- not when Sean Lowe attempted to redeem himself after last week's flubbed performance with a 24-point quickstep with his partner Peta Murgatroyd (and Tristan MacManus and Chelsie Hightower); and certainly not when Ingo Rademacher hit the floor for a 21-point cha-cha with Kym Johnson (and Tony and Emma Slater).
But Ingo deserves some credit -- his dance definitely deserved to outscore Victor Ortiz's lastest ballroom blunder (a Viennese waltz with Lindsay Arnold, Tristan and Emma), even though it didn't.
As for the men frequently at the back of the pack on "Dancing," comedians D.L. Hughley (who moved with regular pro Cheryl Burke, as well as Chelsie and troupe dancer Sasha Farber) and Andy Dick (who grooved with partner Sharna Burgess, and Sasha and Emma), their tango and paso (respectively) kept them pulling up the rear with 18 points each, but both put their hearts into the dances -- as they always do.
So who should say "so long" on Tuesday night? It's not too soon for Victor to go, but the funnymen will need plenty of fan support to stick around again.
Newhart, 83, will play Professor Proton, a character modeled after classic TV science types Mr. Wizard and Bill Nye, who Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and Leonard (Johnny Galecki) loved as kids.
"Sheldon and Leonard watched (Professor Proton's show) religiously, and it influenced them to go into science," Newhart told TV Guide. "When they find out he's doing appearances, they book an appointment."
Trace Adkins led Team Power to a long-awaited win.
By Ree Hines, TODAY contributor
Finally! After losing all but one task in the first six weeks of the competition, Team Power turned things around on "Celebrity Apprentice" Sunday night.
Of course, to be fair, Team Power is now made up of equal parts original members and former Plan B'ers who were forced to switch, and the once-failing team owes its victory to one of the latter players.
Trace Adkins served as project manager for Power, and came up with a company-pleasing campaign for sun care products -- one that required him to dress up as a comical, sunburnt caveman. His not-so-stiff competition?
Heading up Team Plan B was none other than Gary Busey, and his first stint as project manager went about as well as one might expect.
OK, maybe even a little better. Busey somehow avoided alienating the clients with his goofy antics, and even offered up a sun-and-fun ad that they liked. But it was light on one important element: the product.
Wynonna Judd and pro partner Tony Dovolani get some not so great reviews from the judges.
By Ree Hines, TODAY contributor
Monday night was Prom Night on "Dancing With the Stars," and just like the real event, the experience was fun for some and filled with teen-worthy angst for others.
Sure, the popular girls -- Kellie Pickler and Zendaya -- swept the competition away with their lovely 25- and 24-point Viennese waltzes, respectively. They had the best-dressed, potential-prom-king pros with them in Derek Hough and Val Chmerkovskiy, and the judges just loved them all.
And of course the football champ, Jacoby Jones, wowed the crowd and the panel with his romantic, 24-point rumba.
But not everyone belongs to the cool kids' club.
Representing the other prom-night extreme was Wynonna Judd. The country music star decided to channel her inner rocker. There was no flowing gown for her, and no powder blue tux for partner Tony Dovolani. Their on-stage prom experience featured a stripper pole, fake tattoos and a sad excuse for a samba.
With all due respect to the hoofer hopeful, the dance that had the potential to break her out of her self-imposed shell only reinforced her reputation for stiff, slow and lifeless moves. It also led to some tough talk from head judge Len Goodman.
"Well, you're like Mount Rushmore," Len said, delivering the one line no prom-going gal wants to hear. "You look magnificent, but you don't move. It had no rhythm. There was no hip action. You kept going wrong."
He insisted that he wasn't just bashing for his own pleasure.
"I don't want to be nasty to anyone," he claimed. "And I know how hard this is to --"
"No, you don't!" Tony shot back in defense of his partner, who earned 15 points for her effort.
If Len really means it when he says he doesn't want to be nasty to anyone, he might not want to appear to take such pleasure in the process. And that's not a swipe about his Wynonna dig. That Rushmore riff was a low blow, but the dance was awful and he did say she looked "magnificent" too.
The actor-comedian continued to show some improvement over his earliest dance, and while D.L.'s 16-point "Sex Machine" salsa wasn't exactly good -- primarily because it lacked some key salsa moves-- it was fun. What he lacked in technical skills, he made up for with enough enthusiasm to show Wynonna a thing or two.
"D.L, if you're the sex machine, I'm 'America's Next Top Model,' I'm telling you," he cracked. "This wasn't a salsa. There was no rhythm, not enough hip action going on. ... It was as untidy as a teenager's bedroom."
But Len didn't maintain that same strict standard with other celebs throughout the evening.
When Andy Dick performed his own hip-free (but heavy on the fun) cha-cha, Len bluntly told him that he was no dancer but also applauded Andy's ability to entertain.
"What you do is you make me feel good," the resident grump admitted. "I feel better after watching you than I did before your dance."
For that and some gratuitous shirtlessness ("I don't drink anymore, but I always carry around a six pack!"), Andy earned two points more than D.L.
And then there were the real head-scratchers of the night. Say what you will about D.L. and Andy, but they weren't any worse than Sean Lowe (who nabbed 21 points for a stiff cha-cha), Ingo Rademacher (who earned 21 for a passionless paso doble) or Victor Ortiz (whose fluidity-free contemporary effort somehow ranked a 23).
At least Lisa Vanderpump and Aly Raisman didn't have anything to complain about on prom night. Lisa's Viennese waltz was her best effort yet, and brought about her best score with 21 points (and heck, even a little praise from Len). Aly's version of the dance wasn't her top routine to date (that remains her week-one quickstep), but the 23 points she got for it were more than fair.
Tune in to Tuesday night's results show to find out which ballroom beginner will call Prom Night their last night on the dance floor.
Could it be? Did it actually happen? After weeks of hearing obviously intimidated project managers complain about how "All-Star Celebrity Apprentice" villain Omarosa should be sacked (although not one of them ever brought her back to face the big boss), did someone finally have the guts to put her on the chopping block?
But the credit doesn't all go to Team Power's latest pm, Lil Jon. The man who really deserves a share of the bragging rights is none other than boardroom advisor Piers Morgan.
"When Donald Trump asked me to be his boardroom adviser on two of the new 'All-Star Celebrity Apprentice' challenges, I realized this would give me a unique opportunity to get Omarosa fired all over again," he said. "I saw it as a public duty on behalf of all Americans."
Well, he made good on that duty Sunday night, warning her team just what they were up against with her.
"My advice to the rest of the team is to treat Omarosa like a sleeping crocodile," he explained. "Remember: One false move, she will bite your hand off, your leg off and if she can get it, your head."
In the boardroom, Morgan was just as ruthless, reminding Team Power and Trump just who the problem player was -- again and again.