Country singer Mindy McCready was taken into custody Wednesday at Nashville International Airport, accused of violating her probation after a scuffle with her mother and authorities in Florida, officials said.
McCready, 31, was arrested last week in Fort Myers, Florida, her hometown, on misdemeanor charges that she scratched her mother on the face and then resisted sheriff's deputies.
She was on probation for obtaining the painkiller OxyContin fraudulently at a pharmacy in 2004. Still pending was another probation violation charge resulting from a drunken driving arrest in May 2005.
Deputy District Attorney General Derek Smith told The Tennessean that she violated probation in three ways: by being charged in a new offense; not reporting those charges immediately to her probation officer; and by the nature of the new assault charges.
An official at the Williamson County sheriff's office just south of Nashville said McCready was being booked Wednesday night.
The Williamson County Court Clerk said McCready's previous attorney, Lee Dryer, had withdrawn as her lawyer. It was not yet known whether she had a new attorney.
McCready had a hit in 1996 with "Guys Do It All the Time." Her album "Ten Thousand Angels" sold 2 million copies that year.
The singer was found not guilty of the DUI charge in July 2006 but guilty of driving on a suspended license. She then pleaded guilty to violating her probation but has petitioned to withdraw that plea.
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