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Survivor victor Jenna Morasca facing DUI, drug charges

Survivor victor Jenna Morasca facing DUI, drug charges

The reality star appeared to be passed out in the driver's seat of a running SUV, which was parked at a stop sign in the Washington County town.

Police, meanwhile, say they saw a passenger in the auto placing a zip-lock bag featuring multiple syringes into her handbag, which an officer confiscated.

Survivor Amazon victor Jenna Morasca may face charges of driving under the influence and biting a police officer after a January 25 incident in Pennsylvania where she was revived by paramedics with an drug that reverses opioid overdoses, and reportedly bit a police officer. Cops quickly determined Morasca was under the influence, administered Narcan, and placed her on a stretcher and into an ambulance.

Upon arriving at the scene, officers gave the reality star Narcan (which is used to treat narcotic overdoses in the case of emergencies) and were beginning to transport her to the hospital when she became "combative" with paramedics.

She was ultimately charged with suspicion of driving under the influence and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Morasca took home $1 million after winning "Survivor: Amazon" in 2003. She hosted a TVGuide special on the first 18 winners of the show, attended a 10-year anniversary party and married (and divorced) fellow victor Ethan Zohn.

Following her win on the 2003 season of Survivor, making her the youngest female victor in the show's history, Morasca went on to compete on 2004's Survivor: All Stars, The Amazing Race 19 and Fear Factor.

However, in 2013, they split after 10 years together.

Morasca remained a fixture on almost everyone's favorite 2000s reality competition shows.


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