Cake Boss Star Buddy Valastro Pleads “Guilty” to DUI Charges

“You can’t arrest me, I’m the cake boss!” reality TV star Buddy Valastro reportedly told the officers about a month ago when they stopped him in Manhattan. He even suggested they should rather put him in a cab than taking him into custody. Now the Cake Boss star changed his mind, as he pleaded guilty on Monday for driving under the influence.
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Well, people change their minds, what’s the problem with that, right? Wrong.

The 37-year old chef and restaurant owner was driving his yellow 2014 Corvette through traffic in Manhattan, when cops saw the car swerving around and pulled him over. A court complaint said his blood-alcohol level was slightly above the legal limit even though he failed the field sobriety tests.

The reality star shared a statement with his fans telling them things will be explained, but that he’d prefer to “handle things privately as a family” for the moment. Well, now they know how things turned up. His driver license got suspended for three months, he’ll be taking a drinking-and-driving class and is also paying a $300 fine.

Even though people rather know him as the star of the reality television series Cake Boss, which aires on CBC, Valastro is also a quite successful business man. Buddy is the owner and head baker of Carlo’s Bakery - the bakery also featured on Cake Boss. Carlo’s has since opened 7 more bakeries due to the popularity of the show, their delicious baked goods and their beautiful wedding & specialty cakes.

In other words, it’s no wonder the man likes to keep things as clear as possible in front of his fans, considering bad publicity could affect his business.
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