David Cassidy Arrested Again for DUI
David Cassidy, singer and former member of the group the “Partridge Family, ” was arrested Friday night as he exited the 405 freeway in LA when cops say they saw him make an illegal right onto a surface street.
The cop approached the vehicle and says he smelled alcohol.
He ordered David out of the car and administered a field sobriety test. He blew .19 … more than twice the legal limit.
Cassidy was hauled off to jail, booked for driving under the influence and released hours later.
In August, the 63-year-old was arrested for driving while drunk in upstate New York and according to CNN, Cassidy had previously been arrested in 2010 for drunk driving in Florida.
David Cassidy Legal News:
Cassidy was arrested in Florida for DUI on November 3, 2010.
Cassidy was arrested in Schodack, New York, for DUI in the early hours of August 21, 2013. He was pulled over for driving with his high-beams (headlights) when it was inappropriate.
The officer who pulled Cassidy over noticed the odor of an alcoholic beverage, observed slurred speech, impaired motor coordination, and bloodshot, watery eyes. The officer, named Tom Jones, reported that Cassidy was polite and courteous, and jokingly asked officer Jones “What’s New Pussycat?” in reference to the 1965 hit song by the singer Tom Jones. After performing poorly on a field sobriety test, Cassidy was subjected to an alcohol breath test. The breath test showed a blood alcohol level of 0.10, which is above the New York State legal limit of 0.08. Cassidy was subsequently arrested, taken to jail, and released several hours later on $2500 bail. He now faces felony charges because of his prior DUI in Florida in 2010. Cassidy was required to appear before a town judge in Schodack, NY in September 2013.
Cassidy was arrested in California for DUI on January 10, 2014.
Celebrity Networth: David Cassidy is an actor, singer and musician with a net worth of $5 million. David Cassidy earned his net worth through his acting role in the partridge family television show and concerts, as well as his solo concerts and his acting roles in many television series and films. He was born in New York City, New York.
David Cassidy Trivia:
David’s son, Beau, with Sue Shifrin was born in 1991.
Son of actress Evelyn Ward and actor Jack Cassidy.
Had an operation at age 11 on his left optical nerve which was wrapped around a blood vessel, sometimes resulting in a “lazy” eye when he’s over-tired, and had his gall bladder removed in 1972 after a concert in Wildwood, New Jersey.
He appeared in the music video and sang in the choir on the song “Voices That Care.”
Older half-brother of Shaun Cassidy, Ryan Cassidy, and Patrick Cassidy.
Former stepson of Shirley Jones. Former stepson of Elliot Silverstein.
Has a daughter, Katie Cassidy, a.k.a. Katherine Evelyn Benedon, born 25 November 1986, from a previous relationship.
Starred in the play “Time” in London with Laurence Olivier in 1987. It was Olivier’s final stage performance (although he was only seen via a previously filmed segment).
Daughter Katie Cassidy is a singer who recently covered her father’s song “I Think I Love You.” She was featured in a VH1 five-part documentary series on the last forty years of teen music performers, “Bubblegum Babylon”.
In an attempt to break from his Keith Partridge persona, he posed nude for Annie Leibovitz for a photo in the 11 May 1972 “Rolling Stone” magazine.
14 year-old fan Bernadette Whelan died of heart failure on 30 May 1974, from injuries sustained while attending a 26 May Cassidy show at London’s White City Stadium. 650 fans were injured in a crush. Cassidy was so affected that he quit both touring and “The Partridge Family”.
Allergic to garlic.
At his peak, Cassidy was the world’s highest paid live entertainer, and his official fan club was the largest in pop history – exceeding Elvis Presley and The Beatles.
Out of the approximate $500 million that “The Partridge Family” made, he was initially paid $600 per week, but commanded upwards of $50,000 per concert appearance. His renegotiated contract boosted his weekly salary to $6,000 per week plus some participation.
Made his Broadway debut in 1969 in the musical “The Fig Leaves Are Falling” at the same time his father Jack Cassidy and stepmother Shirley Jones opened on Broadway in “Maggie Flynn”. Both shows were notorious flops, the former closing after four performances.
Ranked #1 in TV Guide’s list of “TV’s 25 Greatest Teen Idols” (23 January 2005 issue).
Claimed in his 1994 autobiography that he turned down an offer in the early ’70s to record an album of songs written by Lou Reed and produced by David Bowie (who wanted to experiment with his teenybopper image).
Ranked #98 on VH1′s 100 Sexiest Artists.
His hit song “I Think I Love You” was featured and sung on the album “You and Me” by Declan Galbraith.
He was a close friend of John Lennon, whom he greatly admired.
Best known by the public for his role as Keith Partridge on “The Partridge Family”.
Mentioned in the song “Jackie’s Strength” by Tori Amos.
Ranked #6 on Vh1′s 100 Greatest Teen Stars.
Arrested in Florida on November 3, 2010 for DUI.
Uncle of Caitlin Cassidy and John Cassidy.
Ex-stepbrother-in-law of Ann Pennington and Janice Pennington.
Acting mentor was his ex-stepmother Shirley Jones.
Was a fan of Julie London’s music.
Longtime friend of Shirley Jones.
He, Sue and Beau live in Ft Lauderdale, Florida. [Jan 2008]
Before relocating to his present home in Las Vegas, NV, Cassidy & his family resided for several years in the Fairfield County town of Ridgefield, Connecticut. [Jan 2007]
Co-host, with Erica Shaffer, of an infomercial for TimeLife’s “Billboard #1 Hits of the 70s” music collection. 
David Bruce Cassidy is an American actor, singer, songwriter and guitarist. He is widely known for his role as Keith Partridge in the 1970s musical/sitcom The Partridge Family.