Nadia Davis Lockyer, 46, was the wife of a former California state treasurer, and now find herself arrested for alleged spousal abuse.
Lockyer was apparently intoxicated and screaming, throwing things around their California home when police arrived.
Her husband Bill Lockyer, 76, reportedly sustained a minor injury from the woman.
The Daily Mail reports:
Nadia had a blood-alcohol level of .22 when she was arrested on misdemeanor spousal abuse charges, police say.
She has since posted her $5,000 bail.
The couple, who have had two children together, have had a tumultuous relationship since they married in 2003.
Earlier this year, cops responded to a domestic disturbance at the Lockyer’s Long Beach home which named Davis as the suspect. The police report did not name a victim.
Then, earlier this week Nadia accused her husband of abusing her in a public Facebook post.
‘He hits, hurts me, yells and I care for my children in between,’ she wrote.
But Nadia is no stranger to publicity.
Her troubles began in February 2012 when she reported being sexually assaulted by a former boyfriend at a hotel in Newark, New Jersey.
The then 41-year-old, once a rising star in Northern California government who had just been elected to a seat on the Alameda Board of Supervisors, later admitted to having a long-term affair with Stephen Chikhani, whom she met while in a drug treatment program years earlier.
Bill, the state’s former attorney general and at the time treasurer, helped his much younger wife with $1.6million in campaign funding when she won her supervisor seat in 2010.
She resigned from her seat in April of that year following a series of bizarre public incidents that she blamed on drug and alcohol dependency, saying she wanted to focus on her family.
Even as Lockyer tried to focus on her family and drug free life, news of her addictions kept hitting the public.
Lockyer had been caught calling the police to her hotel room during arguments with her boyfriend, with whom she had a meth-fueled relationship.