“Little People, Big World” Star Arrested

HELVETIA, Ore. — Matt Roloff, who stars in the show “Little People, Big World” on The Learning Channel, appeared in Washington County, Ore., Court on Monday on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants. On June 19 at 11:52 p.m., a Washington County deputy pulled over Roloff, 45, in his white 2005 Chevrolet van. Deputies said Roloff failed a field sobriety test and was arrested. He was taken to the Washington County Jail and cited on charges of DUII, refusing a breath test and failing to drive within a lane. Roloff and his family live on a farm in Helvetia.

“Little People, Big World” is a reality television show that focuses on the lives of Roloff, his wife and his children. Roloff, his wife Amy and son Zach, are little people. His other children, Jeremy, Molly and Jacob, are average sized.

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I can’t stop laughing. You mean to tell me that the Father from Little People, Big World was pulled over for DUI and given a field sobriety test? He goes around with crutches when he’s not driving his special van selling “ladder systems” to other little people. How did they expect him to pass a field sobriety test?

“Stand on one of your teeny-tiny crippled legs there, now tilt your abnormally large head back and touch your nose with one of those sausage links you call a finger. Well, looks like you’re going to the Big House, Little Man.”

Funniest D.U.I. EVER.

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~ by chrismcdevitt on July 31, 2007.

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