Oliver was arrested on charges of driving while intoxicated (DWI) and unlawfully carrying a weapon stemming on May 16, but the Montgomery County, Texas, district attorney dismissed the charges in July.
“You know what, I had, I’m certain, 0.0 of anything,” Oliver said. “I’m not sure how you get arrested with nothing in your system. Honestly, I don’t know. I don’t know how I got arrested. That’s one of the things I’ll say is life can hit you quick. Even if you’re innocent, you can still go to jail for nothing. You’ve just got to do what you got to go, bruh. They say you’ve got to jail? Go to jail, don’t resist, go to jail. Like I said, light at the end of the tunnel, come back 0.00, let him go, drop all the charges. … Did they say you’ve got to go to jail? Guess what, you’ve got to go to jail that day. It’s not right, but it is what it is. You can’t fight five officers. Might as well just go to jail. I ain’t have no choice.”
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