Pia Zadora seems to have unleashed a hit—but it won't score her a chart-topping record.
The erstwhile singer-actress was busted Saturday for an alleged beatdown that happened at her home in Las Vegas, E! News has confirmed.
The 61-year-old was booked on charges of domestic battery and coercion at around 11 a.m. after police responded to a call involving an alleged domestic incident.
Per published reports, she was subsequently released after posting a $4,000 bail.
No other details about the incident were disclosed, including the identity of the purported victim.
Zadora reportedly shares the home with her third husband, law-enforcement officer Michael Jeffries.
A one-time Broadway child star, Zadora scored middling fame in the 1980s after releasing a string of minor hits, but she is infamously remembered for winning a Golden Globe in 1982 for Best New Star of the Year for her debut film, Butterfly—a plaudit that she failed to parlay into bigger, lasting stardom.