More details emerge on WWE Diva Cameron's drunk driving charges

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Earlier today, we brought you news that Ariane Andrew, also known as Cameron of Brodus Clay's Funkadactyls, was arrested last week on drunk driving charges in Tampa, Florida.

Now that the story has circulated, more details are emerging regarding what exactly occurred at the scene of the arrest. And it doesn't sound good for Cameron at all.

TMZ brings us the latest scoop on the arrest:

The report says Cameron blew a .20 ... more than twice the legal limit in Florida. After cops took her into custody, the report says Cameron offered one of the officers $10,000 to "let her go because she would lose her job." In the docs, cops say Cameron listed her employer as the WWE. Cops say Cameron had a male passenger in the car ... who told police the two had been drinking martinis before getting in the car. Cameron was booked for DUI ... but eventually released. A rep for WWE ... "Ariane [Cameron] did not alert us to this matter, we are investigating and will take appropriate action."

While drunk driving is a terrible offense in itself, bribing a police officer makes it that much worse. In addition, the fact that she did not report this to WWE is alarming, and may ultimately cost her her job with the company.

Once again, we'll keep you Cagesiders updated on this situation as news breaks.

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