Her lawyer arranged to have two nurses and a physician’s assistant monitor her for a full day and then retest her.
"At the end of the day, she had a blood-alcohol content of 0.36 percent without drinking any alcoholic beverages," her lawyer said.
She also used a breath test kit that showed every night for over two weeks she had a blood-alcohol level of about 0.20 percent despite not drinking any alcohol.
When the doctors proved her body really does use high-carbohydrate foods to create alcohol, the DUI charges were dismissed this December. She is now free to drive with no restrictions but plans on making some changes to her diet.