Keeping Up with the Kardashians: Khloe Evades Arrest Over 2003 Speeding Fine
Keeping Up with the Kardashians: Khloe Evades Arrest Over 2003 Speeding Fine
She may be lucky enough to shake the hand of President Obama, but Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Khloe Kardashian belongs behind bars.  Well, it's supposedly for a seven-year-old speeding ticket she forgot about.  Still, a bench warrant for her arrest has been issued back in 2003 and she hasn't paid it any mind since.

TMZ reports that the 25-year-old reality TV celebrity wasn't able to pay that speeding ticket before, and it didn't even appear in her 2007 DUI case.  It wasn't in her record, on the arrest, and wasn't on the prosecution either.

It was also said that she continued to receive traffic tickets over the years as well, but the warrant went by unnoticed.  That's either a stroke of luck or she really did intend on forgetting about it.  With her busy schedule and a rushed wedding, who could even remember a speeding ticket?

But Khloe's luck did change since the arrest has come to haunt her again.  The question now is, how did it surface?  Apparently, it might have something to do with karma (or is it car-ma?).

In December last year, the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star had an incident with a transgender male.  She allegedly "pushed" and even "hit" the victim outside a Hollywood club for talking to Lamar.  We always did see her as the jealous type.

Moving on, a police report was filed recently, which led to the resurfacing of Khloe Kardashian's warrant of arrest for that speeding ticket.  But we won't be hearing of any jail time for this reality TV star.  She managed to escape the punishment with a lighter one yet again.

The news goes on to say that Khloe and her lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, appeared in court to settle the dispute.  The Los Angeles judge who handled the case cancelled the arrest and dismissed the ticket, but asked the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star to pay $200 in court costs.  What a lucky break.





Source: TMZ
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