The Golden Globe-winning actress was booked into the Clark County Detention Center on charges of domestic battery and coercion.
Pia Zadora, a Broadway and cabaret singer, was taken into police custody Saturday, June 1 at her home in a suburb of Summerlin in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 59-year-old star was charged with domestic battery and coercion.
Details of the ill-fated incident that led to the arrest, including the name of Zadora's victim, is not available for the moment. The actress has been released from the Clark County Detention Center after posting $4,000 bail.
Zadora started her career on Broadway, starring in such productions as "Little Mary Sunshine" and "Funny Girl". On the big screen, she landed roles in 1988's "Hairspray" and critically-acclaimed "Butterfly" which won her a Golden Globe for New Star of the Year in 1981.
She's been married to Las Vegas police detective Michael Jeffries since 2005. It was her third marriage. She met Jeffries after contacting police to report a stalking incident.