Paul Pelosi DUI dashcam footage was made public following a conviction in California.

 Paul Pelosi DUI dashcam footage was made public following a conviction in California.

Paul Pelosi, the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who pled guilty to a DUI charge earlier Tuesday, was involved in an accident on May 28. California Highway Patrol (CHP) has published images and recordings from the night of the crash.

The long-awaited video allegedly captures Pelosi's slurred speech and other "objective" symptoms of drunkenness, as well as the officers requesting that he take a field sobriety test.

According to Fox News Digital, Pelosi was located in the driver's seat of his damaged automobile near the intersection of California Route 29 and Oakville Cross Road on May 28 at about 10:17 p.m. Both the other driver's 2014 Jeep and Pelosi's 2021 Porsche suffered "severe impact damage" in the incident.

Pelosi can be heard informing an officer that he had "a glass of champagne before supper" in addition to "a glass of white" even if his voice is sometimes difficult to distinguish above the noise of the road.

Pelosi informed the police that he began drinking at approximately seven o'clock and concluded at about eight. Investigators found that he had a blood alcohol percentage of.082% after stopping at the hospital, the neighborhood CHP office, and eventually the county prison.

Pictures also show the damage to both cars and Pelosi's hands and forearms after the collision.

When the police inquired for his identification, Pelosi reportedly gave them his driver's license and a "11-99 Foundation" card while speaking to them with slurred speech, according to court records. A foundation run by the California Highway Patrol called the 11-99 Foundation helps its members and offers scholarships to the kids of its members.

A 911 caller reported the collision at 10:17 p.m. on May 28 near the intersection of California Route 29 and Oakville Cross Road, roughly five miles from Pelosi's wine estate, according to a criminal complaint.

Prosecutors claim that CalFire medics and Napa deputies were the first on the scene, but California Highway Patrol took care of the matter.

Prior to the collision, the second driver claimed to have seen "a flicker of light move over" while traveling north.


According to the records, Pelosi reportedly had "signs of impairment" while undergoing field sobriety tests, and investigators "saw objective indications and symptoms of alcohol intoxication." He seemed "unsteady on his feet" and had red, wet eyes.

Officers can be heard discussing the problem and one can be heard saying, "He's continually hanging onto the police car just to retain his balance." Pelosi may also be seen approaching the dashcam while holding onto the front push bar.

Only John Doe was given as the name of the other driver. Both of them denied medical attention at the scene, but Doe later told Napa County prosecutors that the day following the collision, he started experiencing discomfort in his upper right arm, right shoulder, and neck.

According to the records, he also expressed headache complaints and that it was challenging to lift anything with his right arm.

According to the sheriff's department, this is standard procedure after a serious car accident. The 82-year-old Pelosi was taken to Queen of the Valley Hospital for treatment of any potential injuries before being taken to a Napa County jail, according to authorities who confirmed the incident to Fox News Digital.

And before detectives obtained a sample of his blood, he had more than two hours to burn off the alcohol in his system.

Speaker Pelosi's office has already stated that it will not comment on the event, which, according to a spokeswoman, took place while she was out of the country.

In a previous hearing on Tuesday, Paul Pelosi admitted guilt to a DUI charge and was given a sentence that included three years of probation, restitution to the victim, and a three-month DUI program. Additionally, for a year, he must install a certified ignition device in his car.

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