Paul Pelosi expelled from California police charity after displaying membership throughout DUI arrest

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband was expelled from the California law enforcement association on Thursday after he showed officers his lifetime membership card during his term in office. DUI arrest earlier this year.

The California Highway Patrol 11-99 Foundation (CHP 11-99) decision to cancel Paul Pelosi’s membership comes just two days after he pleaded guilty to DUI charges for the May 28 crash in Napa.

“After evaluating the events that led to Mr Pelosi’s arrest and conviction, we are immediately revoking Mr Pelosi’s lifetime membership with the CHP 11-99 Foundation effective immediately,” the group said in a statement.

The California Highway Patrol 11-99 Foundation canceled Paul Pelosi's membership after he tried to use his card to escape DUI arrest in May.
The California Highway Patrol 11-99 Foundation canceled Paul Pelosi’s membership after he tried to use his card to escape DUI arrest in May.
Napa County Sheriff’s Office via AP, File
The decision comes two days after Pelosi pleaded guilty to DUI charges.
The decision comes two days after Pelosi pleaded guilty to DUI charges.
California Highway Patrol

When the 82-year-old man was questioned by a highway patrol officer and asked to be identified, the chatty Pelosi had offered his driver’s license and 11-99 membership cardaccording to the criminal complaint.

“Merely handing over Foundation 11-99 identification credentials to law enforcement makes it appear that he is granting them preferential treatment,” the group said, adding that it violated their terms and conditions.

“This action has a devastating impact on Foundation 11-99 and undermines our important mission.”

Porsche Pelosi after the accident in Napa.
Porsche Pelosi after the accident in Napa.
California Highway Patrol
The organization said in a statement that Pelosi .'s actions
The organization said in a statement that Pelosi’s actions “reflected badly on Foundation 11-99.”
California Highway Patrol

CHP 11-99, which supports state highway patrol officers and their families, informed Pelosi of the decision by letter on Wednesday.

The group said they would return anything Pelosi had contributed once she returned all the membership items she received when she joined.

Pelosi avoid jail time during his sentencing at the Napa County High Court on Tuesday after being ordered to serve three years probation as part of his plea deal.

Her probation includes five days in prison, but Pelosi will be rewarded for those days, the judge said.

Roadside dashboard footage released by authorities following her guilty plea shows Pelosi swearing at her words after the late-night crash.

In the video, Pelosi can be heard muttering to an attendant that she has “a glass of champagne before dinner” as well as a “white glass.”

Officers noted at the time that Pelosi was “unstable, her speech was slurred, and she had a strong odor of alcoholic beverages.”

DUI tests later showed he had a blood alcohol content of 0.082% after the accident.

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