"She was not arrested or being charged with possession as far as I know," Andrea Arlington told E!. As far as Arlington knew, the trouble came because Neiers, "did not check into her probation meeting last month and there was some confusion over her address because she had two addresses listed for the location where she was living. They tried to reach her, she did not respond."
In fact, Kerri Webb of the L.A. County Probation Department said that Neiers was found, "in possession of a black substance that resembled tar heroin," and, "also had burnt foil that is common with heroin use."
Still, even without knowledge of the drug charge, Arlington was unhappy with the situation. "I am just disappointed because we don't need to go through this ridiculousness again," she said.
To read more about Neiers' arrest and her mother's reaction, click over to E! News.
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