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'RHOC' Star Alexa Curtin Still Behind Bars After Pleading Not Guilty to Drug Charges

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By Ryan Naumann

“Real Housewives of Orange County” star Alexa Curtin was dragged before a judge after her recent arrest but has not yet bailed out.

According to court records obtained by The Blast, the reality star was transported from her jail cell to an Orange County courtroom yesterday. There was an arrest warrant for Curtin after she blew off a hearing in her drug possession criminal case.

Curtin entered a plea of not guilty and the judge remanded her back into custody. Her bond was set at $65,000. The reality star has not paid her bond and is still at the Orange County Central Women’s Jail.

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As The Blast first reported, the troubled 26-year-old reality star was arrested on July 21 and taken to jail.

Curtin had multiple warrants out for her arrest after missing court dates earlier this year, relating to a drug possession charge.

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The court records list Curtin as “unemployed” and show her bail had originally been set at $100,000.

The new arrest is just the latest in a string of legal troubles for Curtin. She has had numerous arrests in the past couple years for drug possession, driving under the influence, petty theft and even keying her then boyfriend’s car.

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Back in March, a judge issued an arrest warrant for the reality star after she blew off multiple court hearings relating to criminal cases.

The Blast broke the story, Curtin was arrested in January for possession of Xanax and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was hit with two misdemeanor drug charges after spending a night in jail.

It's unclear why Curtin missed her court date, but it's not the first time she's been a fugitive for failing to appear. Last year a warrant was issued after she blew off a hearing related to three drug-related warrants. She ended up serving four days in jail once she surrendered to police.

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