Sue Bob White — who stars in the documentary “The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia” — learned a ‘no duh’ lesson … don’t name-drop yourself to cops, when you have outstanding warrants!
Sheriff deputies in Martin County, Kentucky tell TMZ … Sue Bob and her soon-to-be mother-in-law Virginia came in to bail out Sue Bob’s fiancé, Eric — who she also referred to as her brother … soooo, yeah.
During the process, we’re told Sue Bob couldn’t help but mention that she’s a famous TV person since the documentary’s release. So, deputies ran her name — just for fun — and it turned out Sue Bob had an outstanding warrant for shoplifting.
The name-dropping only cost her a $ 525 fine, but Virginia was less lucky. She had an outstanding warrant for public intoxication, and got arrested.
Silence is golden … and also something Sue Bob needs to learn.
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