Tuesday, August 28, 2012 , Updated 1:20 p.m., August 31, 2012
UPDATEDx2: Troy Aikman’s ex-wife arrested in high school parking lot for public intoxication
Murphy police gave her a Class C misdemeanor.
MURPHY Maybe Rhonda Aikman, ex-wife of former Dallas Cowboys player Troy Aikman, was looking at homes up north of LBJ, but the Dallas Morning News says she was arrested in Murphy and booked into the Collin County jail, hence this oh-so-attractive photo with the towel draped around her neck, a Collin County hallmark.
[UPDATE: TMZ reports that Rhonda Aikman was arrested at McMillen High School at 9:30 a.m., sitting in her car in the parking lot with the engine off. According to TMZ: "Officers claim Rhonda 'fumbled' to open the door ... but once she did, cops say they could immediately 'smell a strong odor of alcohol emitting from the vehicle.']
Rhonda Aikman has been released on $269 bail, a very interesting number, after her car was towed. (I hope it wasn’t the Bentley.) She last year divorced famed quarterback Troy Aikman, whose lavish Highland Park home is still on the market but has some serious buyers circling.
Rhonda Aikman, who lives in Preston Hollow, was also reportedly signed on to be a part of a Bravo TV reality show called The Real Housewives of Dallas. Too bad they haven’t started shooting yet, eh? Oh and I think we should all reserve judgement 'til we hear if she maybe took an Ambien or something. There but for the grace …
UPDATE x2: TMZ is also reporting that Rhonda Aikman mentioned Troy Aikman's name, saying, "Is this really what you want to happen? To Troy? And me, and my kids? Is this what you want to happen? Or can you not just take me home?"
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