Matthew Fox wasn’t lost early Friday morning driving near his home in Oregon, but he may have been drunk. The 45-year-old “Lost” hunk was arrested and charged with driving under the influence after an officer noticed him fail to signal properly and mind the lanes. He was initially booked, but was released the same day. He’ll be making an A-list appearance in court on June 17. (This isn’t his first run-in with the law. Last fall, a Cleveland bus driver accused Fox of assault. Reports claimed alcohol was involved in that incident as well.)

And Fox isn’t the only “Lost” veteran to be in hot water for an alleged DUI. These other celebs couldn’t stay on the right side of law on the islands (not that island) of Hawaii while filming.

Daniel Dae Kim – On October 25, 2007, the actor (who played Jin-Soo Kwon) was arrested in the wee hours of the morning for allegedly drunk driving and was booked at the Honolulu Police station. He, of course, had the funds to post bail and was released shortly after. He eventually pleaded no contest and was ordered to do community service, pay a fine and court fees, and suffer a suspended license. He later said, “It’s been a pretty difficult time for my family and me. But I’m glad I had a chance to take responsibility for my mistake.”

Cynthia Watros – Her character Libby was sweet as can be, or crazy as can be, on “Lost,” but Cynthia Watros was allegedly intoxicated as can be when she was arrested on the Kalaniana’ole Highway. After failing a sobriety test, she was charged with a DUI and then posted $500 bail. She later pleaded guilty and got a slap on the wrist essentially. She lost her license for 90 days, paid some fines, and was ordered to undergo 14 hours of counseling. But that’s not the end of the story. In a “Lost”-esque twist, she wasn’t alone.

Michelle Rodriguez – Within minutes of Watros getting arrested, so did Rodriguez (who played Ana Lucia on the show). They must have left wherever they were together, because she was also on the Kalaniana’ole Highway. Rodriguez is no stranger to run-ins with the law; she was cited for speeding three times in Hawaii, and in 2004, she pleaded no contest to a few traffic violations, including a previous DUI. She’s also been in trouble from supposedly violating her probation by not completing the alcohol education program and community service she was ordered to do. She has even been sentenced to jail time twice: once for 60 days, but was released the same day due to overcrowding, and once for 180 days, but was released after 18 days for the same reason.

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