Luann de Lesseps, star of Bravo's Real Housewives of New York City, was arrested - and subsequently released without bond - from Palm Beach County Jail on December 24 for charges including disorderly intoxication and battery on an officer.
The reality star is facing charges of battery on a firefighter, disorderly intoxication, resisting a police officer with violence, and two charges of corruption by threat of a public servant. According to a thread on Twitter from Palm Beach Post intern Meryl Kornfield, de Lesseps was arrested and booked in jail at 1:25 a.m. on Sunday.
Her bail was set at $20,000 and she was released on her own recognizance. Luann was advised to hire an attorney from Palm Beach to represent her in her upcoming court date, and Judge Ted Booras advised Luann not to incriminate herself when he suggested that she may have a drinking problem.
De Lesseps' spokesperson, Pete Sanders, sent a statement to The Associated Press on Sunday, offering her apologies to anyone offended by her behavior.
CNN has contacted representatives for de Lesseps for comment but has not received a statement yet.
This was the first marriage for D'Agostino and the second for De Lesseps.
The state's attorney said de Lesseps told everyone, "I'm going to kill you all", before her arrest.
Her ex-husband, Tom D'Agostino, who is now in Palm Beach for Christmas with his family and will be joined by his girlfriend Anna Rothschild next week, has yet to comment on her arrest.
ABC News reached out to a rep for the reality star, but didn't immediately hear back. She re-married last year but she and hubby Tom D'Agostino, Jr. called it quits earlier this year. She eventually made a decision to go ahead with the wedding.