Hampton University alumna Kai Kitchen made headlines earlier this week when news broke of her arrest in Dublin, Virginia after receiving three reckless driving citations in a span of 30 minutes.
But new information provided by Kitchen’s attorney sheds new light on the case. From the Roanoke Times:
(Jimmy) Turk said Kitchen was pulled over by a state trooper in Pulaski County the first time when she was going south on Interstate 81 during a trip home from Hampton to California. Kitchen then became confused and started driving north on I-81 where she drove by the same officer running radar. He stopped and ticketed her again, Turk said.
Kitchen then began driving south, and she was stopped a third time by a different state trooper, Turk said.
The vehicle Kitchen’s was driving was clocked at over 90 miles an hour each time, Turk said.
According to Turk, the 21-year-old Los Angeles native also told a court magistrate that she did not have a permanent address, prompting her to be detained.
She is scheduled for a bond hearing tomorrow morning.