Tiffany Haddish's Georgia Prosecutors Want Her Barred from Alcohol, Drugs After Second DUI Arrest

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The actress's latest DUI arrest comes almost two years after she was previously arrested in Georgia on suspicion of DUI

<p>Oscar Del Aguila/Variety via Getty</p> Tiffany Haddish in Anaheim, California, on Sept. 23, 2023

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Tiffany Haddish in Anaheim, California, on Sept. 23, 2023

Georgia state prosecutors want to modify Tiffany Haddish's bond conditions to restrict her from using drugs and drinking alcohol following her second DUI arrest.

According to a court document obtained by PEOPLE, prosecutors have filed a motion to modify the 43-year-old actress and comedian's bond conditions to include a request for the court to prohibit her from drugs and alcohol, after she was arrested last Friday and faced a DUI charge. They are requesting that Haddish be tested weekly for drugs and alcohol while on bond.

Haddish's second DUI arrest — which occurred last Friday morning in Beverly Hills, California — and subsequent charge comes almost two years after she was arrested by Peachtree City police officers in Georgia for a suspected DUI and improper stopping on a roadway.

A rep for Haddish previously declined to comment on the actress's latest DUI arrest.

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<p>Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty</p> Tiffany Haddish in West Hollywood, California, on Oct. 18, 2023

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Tiffany Haddish in West Hollywood, California, on Oct. 18, 2023

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Last Friday, the Beverly Hills Police Department told PEOPLE they received a call around 5:45 a.m. local time about a woman who was in the driver's seat of a running vehicle stopped in the middle of Beverly Drive. She was arrested and released later that day.

Haddish had performed the night before at the Laugh Factory in West Hollywood as part of the club's annual free Thanksgiving feast community event. She is now facing a DUI charge, according to BHPD.

The Girls Trip actress first addressed the DUI arrest on Friday night while performing a stand-up set for a previously scheduled gig at the Laugh Factory in Long Beach. According to an audio recording of the set, which was captured by an audience member and obtained by TMZ, Haddish was asked what "happened last night."

Per the recording, she replied, “You tell me,” before joking, "I had prayed to God to send me a man with a job, career, preferably in a uniform, and I answered my prayers."

On Monday, the actress and comedian told Entertainment Tonight "this will never happen again," referring to her arrest on Friday on suspicion of DUI after allegedly falling asleep behind the wheel of her car.

<p>Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty</p> Tiffany Haddish in Los Angeles on Oct. 16, 2023

Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty

Tiffany Haddish in Los Angeles on Oct. 16, 2023

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"I'm going to get some help so I can learn balance and boundaries," Haddish told the outlet, explaining that her Tesla had self-parked when she fell asleep but was blocking part of the street when BHPD officers arrived and arrested her.

She also noted the BHPD's professionalism and complimented how they handled the incident.

As for the January 2022 incident, according to authorities, officers received a 911 call around 2:30 a.m. local time about a driver who had allegedly fallen asleep at the wheel on Highway 74. While en route, the officers spotted a vehicle that matched the description from the 911 call and did a traffic stop.

"Subsequent investigation led to Ms. Tiffany Haddish being arrested for Driving Under the Influence," police told PEOPLE at the time. "She was transported to the Fayette County Jail without incident."

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