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November 22, 2006 | David Haldane, Times Staff Writer
Tawny Kitaen Finley, an actress once accused of using high-heeled shoes to pummel her then-husband -- former Angels pitcher Chuck Finley -- has been charged with possessing 15 grams of cocaine, authorities said Tuesday. A statement by the Orange County district attorney's office said that police had found the cocaine on May 21 in the San Juan Capistrano apartment that Finley shares with her two children. If convicted, Finley, 45, could face up to three years in prison.
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December 19, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Tawny Kitaen Finley, an actress once accused of using high-heeled shoes to pummel her then-husband, former Angels pitcher Chuck Finley, has entered a drug rehabilitation program after pleading guilty to possessing 15 grams of cocaine. Under terms of a plea agreement, Finley will be allowed to change her plea to not guilty after completing the program, officials said. The plea change will expunge the conviction from her record.
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October 30, 2003 | Mai Tran, Times Staff Writer
Actress Tawny Kitaen's domestic violence case was dismissed Wednesday, but only after an Orange County judge forced her to apologize in writing for remarks she made on Howard Stern's radio show. Kitaen, accused of pummeling husband Chuck Finley -- a former Anaheim Angels pitcher then playing for the Cleveland Indians -- with her fists and high-heel shoes, had agreed to plead guilty and undergo counseling. The case was to be dismissed when she completed counseling, which she did.
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November 22, 2006 | David Haldane, Times Staff Writer
Tawny Kitaen Finley, an actress once accused of using high-heeled shoes to pummel her then-husband -- former Angels pitcher Chuck Finley -- has been charged with possessing 15 grams of cocaine, authorities said Tuesday. A statement by the Orange County district attorney's office said that police had found the cocaine on May 21 in the San Juan Capistrano apartment that Finley shares with her two children. If convicted, Finley, 45, could face up to three years in prison.
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April 6, 2002
Pitcher Chuck Finley rejoined the Cleveland Indians on Friday after missing his Wednesday start after his wife, Tawny Kitaen, was charged with spousal abuse for beating him up. You can't stop Tawny, you can only hope to Kitaen her. Alex Kaseberg San Diego
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December 19, 2006 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Tawny Kitaen Finley, an actress once accused of using high-heeled shoes to pummel her then-husband, former Angels pitcher Chuck Finley, has entered a drug rehabilitation program after pleading guilty to possessing 15 grams of cocaine. Under terms of a plea agreement, Finley will be allowed to change her plea to not guilty after completing the program, officials said. The plea change will expunge the conviction from her record.
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May 16, 2002 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Actress Tawny Kitaen and her husband, pitcher Chuck Finley of the Cleveland Indians, accuse one another of domestic violence and drug abuse in dueling court documents. Finley filed divorce papers and obtained a temporary restraining order after his wife allegedly attacked him. The court order also gave him temporary custody of the couple's daughters, ages 9 and 3. Petitioning to regain custody, Kitaen alleged that Finley started a fight that led to her arrest in April.
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March 10, 1998 | SUSAN KING
Keith Hernandez: The baseball player smokes cigarettes Dr. Reston (Stephen Mchattie): Her "Sven-jolly" loony therapist. Tony (Dan Cortese): A "mimbo." Aaron (Judge Reinhold): A "close talker." Carl (David James Elliott): Handsome but holds firm with his anti-abortion stand. David Puddy (Patrick Warburton): On-and off-again dim bulb mechanic/car salesman boyfriend with a penchant for high-fives, fur coats and painting his face for hockey matches.
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April 30, 2002 | Associated Press
Actress Tawney Kitaen pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of domestic violence against her husband, Cleveland Indians pitcher Chuck Finley. The plea was entered by her attorney in Superior Court in Laguna Hills. Kitaen, 40, who appeared in "Bachelor Party" and "California Girls," was not present when her attorney, Blair Berk, made the plea. Superior Court Judge Pamela L. Iles set a June 3 pretrial hearing on two misdemeanor charges of corporal injury to a spouse and battery.
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October 30, 2003 | Mai Tran, Times Staff Writer
Actress Tawny Kitaen's domestic violence case was dismissed Wednesday, but only after an Orange County judge forced her to apologize in writing for remarks she made on Howard Stern's radio show. Kitaen, accused of pummeling husband Chuck Finley -- a former Anaheim Angels pitcher then playing for the Cleveland Indians -- with her fists and high-heel shoes, had agreed to plead guilty and undergo counseling. The case was to be dismissed when she completed counseling, which she did.
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May 16, 2002 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Actress Tawny Kitaen and her husband, pitcher Chuck Finley of the Cleveland Indians, accuse one another of domestic violence and drug abuse in dueling court documents. Finley filed divorce papers and obtained a temporary restraining order after his wife allegedly attacked him. The court order also gave him temporary custody of the couple's daughters, ages 9 and 3. Petitioning to regain custody, Kitaen alleged that Finley started a fight that led to her arrest in April.
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April 30, 2002 | Associated Press
Actress Tawney Kitaen pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of domestic violence against her husband, Cleveland Indians pitcher Chuck Finley. The plea was entered by her attorney in Superior Court in Laguna Hills. Kitaen, 40, who appeared in "Bachelor Party" and "California Girls," was not present when her attorney, Blair Berk, made the plea. Superior Court Judge Pamela L. Iles set a June 3 pretrial hearing on two misdemeanor charges of corporal injury to a spouse and battery.
SPORTS
April 6, 2002
Pitcher Chuck Finley rejoined the Cleveland Indians on Friday after missing his Wednesday start after his wife, Tawny Kitaen, was charged with spousal abuse for beating him up. You can't stop Tawny, you can only hope to Kitaen her. Alex Kaseberg San Diego
ENTERTAINMENT
March 10, 1998 | SUSAN KING
Keith Hernandez: The baseball player smokes cigarettes Dr. Reston (Stephen Mchattie): Her "Sven-jolly" loony therapist. Tony (Dan Cortese): A "mimbo." Aaron (Judge Reinhold): A "close talker." Carl (David James Elliott): Handsome but holds firm with his anti-abortion stand. David Puddy (Patrick Warburton): On-and off-again dim bulb mechanic/car salesman boyfriend with a penchant for high-fives, fur coats and painting his face for hockey matches.
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April 4, 2002 | From Times Staff Reports
Actress Tawny Kitaen Finley was charged Wednesday with injuring her husband, former Anaheim Angels pitcher Chuck Finley, during an argument. The couple were driving home Monday when Kitaen Finley began kicking her husband, a spokeswoman for the Orange County district attorney's office said. The argument continued at home, and a third party called 911.
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September 19, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
Actress Tawny Kitaen agreed Wednesday to a plea bargain on spousal abuse and battery charges alleging that she attacked her husband, Cleveland Indians pitcher Chuck Finley. Under the deal, Kitaen did not admit guilt but agreed to enter a spousal-battery counseling program. If she completes the program and meets other conditions of the deal, the charges eventually could be dropped.
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