Adding insult to injury! Reese Witherspoon's Atlanta baseball cap 'is a knockoff'
The Atlanta Police Department baseball cap that Reese Witherspoon wore after her embarrassing arrest for disorderly conduct has been deemed a fake.
The 37-year-old actress sported the City of Atlanta Police headgear and a bit of a smirk while walking through Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday.
She was arrested in Atlanta, Georgia, on April 19 for disorderly conduct after her husband Jim Toth had been pulled over for investigation of drunken driving.
Hats off: Reese Witherspoon arrived to LAX on Saturday wearing a City of Atlanta Police baseball cap, acknowledging the city in which she was arrested for disorderly conduct
A spokesman for the Atlanta Police Department said the hat appeared to be a knockoff version, according to a report on Monday on TMZ.
'We did not give her that hat. We have no idea where she got that hat,' Officer Stanionis said. 'In fact, that's an awful hat.
'Looks like a patch glued onto a hat and it's not a good one,' he said.
Cheap knockoff?: An Atlanta Police Department spokesman says they didn't giver that Atlanta Police Department hat
A low profile? The Sweet Home Alabama star kept her arms snugly crossed in front of her chest while she smirked from under her police department hat
Back to the West Coast: Reese followed husband Jim Toth out of the airport, her tiny frame hiding behind his
Reese became the butt of jokes after a police report said she asked the arresting officer, 'Do you know my name, sir?'
She apologized for her diva-like behaviour and has endured a flurry of arrests videos showing her making alcohol-fueled statements and giggling.
Reese on Thursday pleaded 'no contest' to charges stemming from her mid-April arrest.
The actress, who has been filming a movie in Atlanta, was not in court and her lawyer Bruce Morris entered the plea.
Incognito: Reese tucked behind her husband, who was pushing baby Tennessee, and friends to safely exit LAX
On the low: As the pair approached outside, Reese put her head down and continued to stare at the ground
'I am so sorry': Reese expressed sincere apologies for her behaviour that night when she spoke to ABC news
She was ordered to pay a $213 fine.
Toth, a talent agent for CAA, was in court last week and entered a guilty plea for driving under the influence. He received no jail time, but must perform 40 hours of community service and attend an alcohol education programme.
He also was placed on probation for 12 months.
Low profile: Reese softly smiled as she made her way to her car, hiding her eyes beneath her Atlanta hat
Going home: Jim safely tucked baby Tennessee into their car to make their way to their Los Angeles home