'Survivor' winner Jenna Morasca arrested for biting cop after apparent drug overdose
Survivor winner Jenna Morasca was found by the police in an unconscious state and on further investigation, it was found that she overdosed on drugs.
Survivor winner Jenna Morasca has been arrested after she was found unconscious in her SUV in Washington, Pennsylvania, on January 25. According to TMZ, police received a call from a driver in South Strabane about a driver being passed out behind the wheel at a stop sign.
It was then that the cop decided to investigate the matter. Upon arriving they found that Jenna was under the influence and it was noted that her Chevrolet Trax, which had a custom license plate reading "Amazon", was still running. The police then tried to revive her using Narcan, a drug that reverses the effects of an opioid overdose.
But things got out of hand shortly after that as when Jenna was placed on a stretcher, she reportedly bit a police officer who was trying to subdue her on the forearm. The police further investigated the matter and it was found that Jenna was carrying “several syringes in a large Ziploc bag in Morasca’s purse."
Jenna was eventually arrested and was charged and charged with suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs and possession of narcotics paraphernalia. In addition to this, she will also be charged with assaulting a police officer. Jenna created a name for herself in 2003 by becoming the youngest female to win Survivor.
She eventually went on to be a part of various other shows such as All Stars, The Amazing Race 19, and Fear Factor. Jenna also tried her hand at some of the modeling projects and in 2003 she got a chance to star in the Playboy magazine along with fellow Survivor contestant Heidi Strobel.
She also went on to date Survivor: Africa winner Ethan John. The couple competed together on The Amazing Race but eventually separated in 2013 after dating for 10 years.
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