Hitting the road earlier this year for her first tour in five years (and supporting her first album in seven), Fiona Apple must've been thrilled with how things were going -- until a fateful day in September, when, during a routine stop of her tour bus in the Texas border town of Sierra Blanca, she was busted for possession of hash. Apple spent a night behind bars following her Sept. 21 arrest and later posted a somewhat confusing rant about her treatment by certain officers at the Hudspeth County Jail.
-- Fiona Apple has written a tune called 'Dull Tool' for the upcoming Judd Apatow movie 'This Is 40.' It's her first original composition for a film soundtrack, and amazingly, it's also the first time she's used the term "dull tool" in her lyrics. How does that not show up in every Fiona Apple song?
Our favorite drama queen Fiona Apple is sorry ... so sorry!
The enigmatic singer apologized for last week's Texas weed and hash bust while onstage at the House of Blues in New Orleans last night (Sept. 25.) Despite the fact that she was saying she was sorry, Apple didn't sound all that remorseful about her legal troubles. She sounded more annoyed by the press coverage surrounding the incident and the headaches that have come along with the arrest.
Fiona Apple has been released from a Texas jail after posting a $10,000 bond following her arrest Wednesday on charges of drug possession. The singer's tour bus was stopped in Sierra Blanca, Texas, and Apple was taken into custody after authorities found small amounts of marijuana and hash, which she freely admitted were hers. She spent the night in Hudspeth County Jail before being released Thursday.
Fiona Apple was arrested yesterday (Sept. 19) during a border crossing in Sierra Blanca, Texas, after being found is possession of hash, TMZ reports. The singer was reportedly taken into custody after authorities found the purified form of marijuana on her tour bus, and she's currently being held at Hudspeth County Jail on charges of possession.