HomeTVABCGeneral Hospital’s Rick Springfield Popped For DUI! Jillian Bowe May 2, 2011 7 Comments TMZ is reporting General Hospital alum Rick Springfield was busted for suspicion of driving while drunk last night. According to the site, Springfield was stopped by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept. at 8 PM for a traffic violation. When the police officers came up to his car, they smelled alcohol. They then asked the actor/singer to take a field sobriety test, which he failed and was booked. Springfield was released on $5,000 bail. Fans wanting to see more of Springfield can watch the actor on Hawaii Five-0 tonight at 10 PM EST on CBS. Photo by PR Photos. 7 Responses alstonboy4315 May 2, 2011 When will these celebrities (and celebritinots!) learn that it’s cheaper to call a friend or a taxi??? I have ZERO tolerance for people who drink and drive! NO EXCUSES!!!! Log in to Reply alstonboy4315 May 2, 2011 TV Gord, Thanks for the support. Log in to Reply TV Gord May 2, 2011 Right on, alstonboy! I am also unwaivering on that, regardless of whether I like the person or not. If you drive impaired, you could kill someone! Too many people excuse that. Someone close to you shouldn’t need to die before we ALL wake up to the fact that driving under the influence is ATTEMPED MURDER!!! Log in to Reply Plum May 2, 2011 Somebody looking to sell more copies of his just released autobiography? :beer: Log in to Reply AlexB May 2, 2011 Really, dude? Driving is not a right, it’s a privelege. If you can’t act like you’ve got some sense, then you don’t need to have a license. Log in to Reply JAQ May 3, 2011 I agree with all your comments! Driving IS a priviledge!! So what if he miss’s Bobbie!! :* He can still call a friend or cab! Log in to Reply Renegade_Killerbee May 3, 2011 Thank God you guys have some sense! I was completely slammed on some other soap opera message boards when I gave a thumbs down to Colleen Zenk and Kristoff St. John’s DUI charges some time back. Listen, I love to drink as much as the next guy (that loves to drink) and I have gotten wasted beyond belief in the 15 years I’ve been drinking. But not once in any of those drunken states did I ever even ponder the idea of grabbing my car keys and getting into my car. Perhaps because, in the back of my mind, I always knew it would more than likely result in not only my death, but the death of some innocent person( s ). Why don’t these privileged celebrities REALIZE this, too? Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.