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Pointer Sisters singer Bonnie Pointer may not be feeling "So Excited" for a while after being arrested for possession of a controlled substance. Pointer, 60, was arrested late on Friday evening but posted a $10,000 bail and was released early on Saturday morning, according to police records.
Bonnie, along with her late sister June and surviving sisters Ruth and Anita, originally formed the familial singing group in 1969, and scored a long string of hits over the years, including "Slow Hand", "I'm so Excited" and "Neutron Dance", picking up several Grammy Awards along the way and selling millions of records.
Following several years of estrangement from her family after the untimely death of June at the age of 52, Bonnie recently reconciled with her two surviving sisters and even began performing together again. Gossip and celebrity web site TMZ, however, caught an unflattering moment with a slightly incoherent Bonnie as she told reporters and paparazzi that Anita is now battling cancer as well last week.