Singer Bonnie Pointer was arrested in Los Angeles on Friday (18Nov11) on suspicion of substance possession, according to a U.S. report.
The Pointer Sisters star was taken into custody in the early hours for felony possession of an unknown controlled substance.
She was released four hours later after posting $10,000 (£6,250) bail, reports Tmz.com.
The Slow Hand singer has a long history of drug abuse and reportedly once sought help from Celebrity Rehab TV counsellor Dr. Drew Pinsky.
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