A Las Vegas news anchor was arrested after being found naked and passed out in her car, according to police.

Fox 5 Las Vegas morning anchor Feven Kiflegiorgis was found naked, and asleep behind the wheel of her Audi at 7:30am on March 20th, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.


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Kiflegiorgis, who goes by the name Feven Kay on air, told police she didn't remember how she got to where she was. Officers also reported the smell of alcohol coming from the reporter, but she declined the blood testing.    

 

 

 

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Kiflegiorgis was later charged with Reckless Driving with a Disregard for the Safety of a Person or Property. She was ordered on April 21st to pay a $1,000 fine and arrest driving school. She noted her weeks-long absence from the station last week, video shows.

“Last month, I was arrested by Metro for driving under the influence,” she said. “At the time of the arrest, I was inside of a parking vehicle in a Las Vegas neighborhood alone.”

Kiflegiorgis, who has been working for Fox 5 since 2018, said “As I move forward, I want you to know I have learned from this and I will continue learning and I truly thank you for your support." Feven is an East African native who was raised in California.

 

 

 

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Her Instagram is obviously a popular source for viewers to keep up with her personal life, although no evidence of the arrest is able to be seen on the page. She has 22,000 followers.

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