Troubled U.S. reality star Mary Delgado has been arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in Tampa, Florida. The 2004 winner of "The Bachelor" was taken into custody on Thursday, August 12 after she was allegedly spotted driving erratically.
She refused to take a blood alcohol test and was briefly held behind bars at the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office before being released on $500 bail, reports ABC News. It's not the first time Delgado, 42, has been in trouble with the law - she was arrested in 2007 for assaulting Bryon Velvick, the man who proposed to her on the hit TV show, and she was busted again in 2008 for public drunkenness.
Mary Delgado rose to fame after appearing as a contestant on "The Bachelor" in 2003 and 2004. She came up as the winner of the series after Byron Velvick chose her during a September 2004 episode of the show.