Ex-American Idol finalist arrested in Savannah

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SAVANNAH, Ga. - A former "American Idol" finalist is out of jail after Savannah authorities arrested her for fighting in a local park Monday night.

Savannah-Chatham police say they reported to a 50th Street park around 9:40 p.m. to find 22-year-old "Idol" finalist Stephanie Edwards fighting with 20-year-old Laquilla White.

According to a police report, the women were separated without any injuries.

Edwards told police the fight began after she received several harassing phone calls.

According to the Idol Web site, Edwards was an 11th place finalist in its sixth season, which aired in 2007. The site also lists Edwards' hometown as Savannah.

Both women were taken to the Chatham County jail where spokesman Deputy Ron Robinson says they each made $1,300 by midnight.

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johnston.cliff
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johnston.cliff 03/30/10 - 07:54 pm
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So what. Don't any adults

So what. Don't any adults work at the AC any more?

pommom38
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pommom38 03/30/10 - 08:40 pm
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LOL.. I was thinking more

LOL.. I was thinking more along the lines of, *was it really necessary to mention EX IDOL?? I mean come on.. It was one woman fighting with another woman. Oh wait, that's right.. BECAUSE she was on idol, it's earth shattering news!

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msgret92 03/30/10 - 09:58 pm
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Wonder what was going on at

Wonder what was going on at the jail if they each made $1300.00 by midnight. I sure hope they wee referring to making bail.

Augusta resident
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Augusta resident 03/31/10 - 01:16 am
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They made more in 2 hours

They made more in 2 hours than I make in 2 weeks.

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