"Welcome to Myrtle Manor" stars Lindsay Colbert (right) and Taylor Burt.
Over the course of three days, three of the stars from the docu-series "Welcome to Myrtle Manor" were welcomed to South Carolina's Myrtle Beach Jail.
It all started in the early hours of Friday morning. That's when Amanda Adams, identified on the show's website as a "turtle hunting, four wheel driving redneck," was arrested for driving under the influence.
Officers were responding to a call about a single-vehicle collision when they found Adams' damaged Jeep Wrangler next to a downed electric pole. According to a report from the Myrtle Beach Police Department, when officers asked the 26-year-old how much she'd had to drink, she told them she'd consumed three beers and one shot, though later she added three more shots to that tally.
Her blood alcohol level was .20 -- .08 is the legal limit in South Carolina.
There was more trouble on Saturday night as Taylor Burt, known as "the king of Myrtle Beach nightlife" on the TLC series, was arrested for having sex with a minor under the age of 16.
According to the police report, a 15-year-old and her mother made the allegations against Burt, 28, on Friday. The girl went on to get physical exam at Grand Strand Regional Medical Center.
No further details have been made available about Burt's arrest.
But the brushes with the law continued on Sunday, with the latest incident involving 21-year-old Lindsay Colbert.
A Myrtle Beach police report reveals that Colbert was arrested for driving under the influence -- with a blood alcohol level above .15 -- and speeding.
A separate incident report described Adams' behavior as "an emotional rollercoaster throughout the procedure" and said the reality star asked the arresting officer, "Are you giving me (expletive) 'cause I am on the show?"
She was also said to have made racial slurs toward the officer.
TODAY.com reached to TLC about the arrests, but the network had no comment.