Reese Witherspoon on her arrest by police in 2013: “it Was somewhat embarrassing and very silly”


Reese Witherspoon, the protagonist of “Legally blonde”, has not had problems in remembering one of the most sensitive issues of his past: his arrest by police in 2013.

That year, the actress of “Big Little Lies” had to spend a few hours in the cell after facing a police officer who fined her husband for driving under the influence of alcohol. The detention of the artist is produced by the attempt of coercion made to the authority by ensuring that they “don’t know who they were trying to” to be she a very important person in Hollywood.

Repentant for his attitude, Reese Witherspoon public apology days later. A fact that was remembered in the podcast, “I Weigh with Jameela Jamil”. The presenter highlighted the attitude of the actress and producer to accept his mistake. “Your apology and the feelings of shame that showed I came completely. I really liked your forgiveness,” said Jamil.

A situation to which Reese responded with “but I did something really stupid.” “It was something very veregonzoso and silly“he explained and continued saying the Oscar winner: “I made a decision stupid but then I did the right thing. I’m just a human being”.

And is that as explained by the protagonist of “Big Little Lies” she learned a lot of this error: “We are all the same and we are all trying to find out what are our special skills. My special skill is to tell stories, but that does not mean that it is a special person“.


Reese Witherspoon he returned to television, and from the hand of Jennifer Aniston, with the series “The Morning Show“which premiered on November 1, 2019 for Apple TV+. They are not only protagonists of the story, also the occur.

The result is a look tense, humorous, and sometimes dark scenes of a morning news show fictional with headquarters in New York.

Aniston plays a woman described as almost an “archetype of Diane Sawyer”, iconic anchorwoman, who is facing a young reporter and obsessively fighter embodied by Witherspoon. (With information from Europa Press)