‘Girls Next Door’ Star Valerie Mason Arrested, Meth possession after cops pull over car for broken light, drug charges and Scandal. A former Playboy Playmate and Girls Next Door star was arrested for meth possession in Louisiana last week. The model, who featured on Hugh Hefner’s reality show The Girls Next Door, was detained by police officers in Ouachita Parish on Friday night and taken into custody.
As RadarOnline.com has learned, Valerie Mason Opens a New Window. was driving with two other people on Friday, June 21, when police stopped them for a broken tail light. Cops then searched the car to find hypodermic needles and about two grams of methamphetamine. The former Playboy star was cut loose after posting a $3,000 bond and has denied that the drugs belonged to her.
Valerie was named Playmate of the Month in September 2008. She got selected after she personally sent her photos to one of Hugh Hefner’s girlfriends, Holly Madison, on MySpace, and Holly recruited her. Valerie’s arrest took place in her home state, as she grew up in Louisiana.
When the driver of the car was unable to provide ID, police searched him and discovered paraphernalia associated with the use of meth in his pocket. All three people denied owning the drugs, and all were arrested and charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance at the Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office.