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MADD Statement on Justin Timberlake’s Arrest for Alleged Driving while Intoxicated

Regarding the incident involving Justin Timberlake and the allegations of his arrest for driving while intoxicated, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) emphasizes its commitment to the prevention of impaired driving and the protection of innocent lives. We are grateful that in this instance, it appears no one was injured or killed.   

It is crucial to underline that choosing to drive impaired poses a significant risk to both the individual involved and the lives of others on the road. Each year, impaired driving results in the loss of thousands of lives and injuries to hundreds of thousands more — tragedies that are 100% preventable. 

 MADD will closely follow developments in this case as additional information becomes available. Our mission remains resolute: to eliminate impaired driving and the devastating consequences it brings to our communities. 

“MADD looks forward to the day when every new vehicle contains passive drunk driving prevention technology, as required by federal law through The HALT Act, to put an end to this horrific crime,” said MADD CEO Stacey D. Stewart. 


About Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) is the nonprofit leader in a movement to create a world where there are #NoMoreVictims of impaired driving. By working in collaboration with law enforcement to end underage drinking and all drunk and drugged driving, MADD has helped reduce drunk driving deaths by more than 50%, saving more than 400,000 lives. The organization is a vocal advocate for stricter sentencing, new laws, and new technology, including implementing the HALT Drunk Driving Act. MADD also has provided supportive services to nearly one million victims of drunk and drugged driving at no charge through local victim advocates and its 24-Hour Victim Help Line 1-877-MADD-HELP. For more information or to donate, visit us at https://madd.org/ and follow MADD on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, LinkedIn, and YouTube. 

Media Contact 

Katie Alvino, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), 877.275.6233, [email protected], https://madd.org/ 

SOURCE Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) 

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