17-year-old Ashley Longe of South Hadley was arrested for drunken driving on August 31st it has been revealed.
Longe is one of six teens charged in the bullying death of Irish girl Phoebe Prince who committed suicide in January.
Another teen, Austin Renaud, was also charged with drunk driving earlier this year.
Police said Longe was arrested for operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. She had pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Longe was the former girlfriend of school football star Sean Mulveyhill at South Hadley High and she was incensed that Phoebe Prince had an affair with him.
Ashley Longe, and her friend Kayla Narey began organizing hurling insults at her. Both were members of the school's field hockey team.
On the last day of Phoebe’s life it was Mulveyhill, Longe and Narey who surrounded her as she walked to class. She tried to escape but they followed her outside and threatened her. Later that day Prince hung herself.
Longe has pleaded not guilty to criminal harassment and other charges in the Phoebe Prince case.