She also confessed that she had taken Vicodin on the night of her arrest and had experimented with marijuana and cocaine in the past too. In addition, she claimed that someone might have slipped the date rape drug Rohypnol into her drink the night of her DUI.
As per a report on the incident, Mueller ploughed her 1986 Chevy Corsica into a road sign while carrying three other passengers, and when arresting Officer Kevin Morine pulled her over she nearly fell over when she stepped out of the car and had “slurred speech and appeared to be confused".
The report goes on to say that Mueller failed a field sobriety exam, including being able to touch the tip of her nose with her finger and unable to follow a pen side to side with her eyes. Mueller claimed that she had only had one and a half glasses of wine - her breathalyser results were .052 and .050 – and she told the arresting officer at the time that she was not on any medications.
In the state of Florida anyone 21 or under, Mueller was 21 at the time of her arrest, that blows higher than 0.02 is automatically arrested for a DUI. The arresting officer also requested her to provide a urine sample, which she complied with. The report states that the urine, when analysed, contained an alcohol content of 0.08 as well as the presence of Methaqualone, more commonly known as Quaaludes, a sedative, hypnotic drug.