Law enforcement sources tell The Blast back in September 2017, Newport Beach Police observed two women in a car who appeared to be doing drugs. The officer approached the vehicle where Curtin and another woman were located, and saw "multiple straws and a piece of foil with residue" that later tested positive for heroin.
Lynne Curtin's daughter was arrested for the paraphernalia and the other woman was arrested for possessing medication without a prescription and for possession of stolen property, including ID's and credit cards.
On February 23, Curtin was officially charged with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance/paraphernalia over the incident.
The misdemeanor charge is not her only active issue. As we previously reported, an arrest warrant has also been issued by the Orange County District Attorney's Office after she allegedly keyed her boyfriend's car during an argument and then stole his car keys.
She has not yet been arrested of the car key incident, and her court date for the drug paraphernalia is set for March 28.