Jaimee Grubbs was taken into custody Wednesday after a random license plate check of her 2004 Ford Mustang showed she had three outstanding warrants for driving on a suspended license, Los Angeles County sheriff's Deputy Jeff Gordon said.
Grubbs was issued a new citation after it was determined she was still driving on a suspended license, Gordon said.
The cocktail waitress was released early Thursday morning after posting about $30,000 bail. She's scheduled to appear at the Beverly Hills courthouse Thursday morning on the outstanding warrants.
The Escondido woman has a criminal record dating back to 2004, according to court documents obtained by NBC San Diego.
Grubbs was charged with misdemeanor burglary and grand theft in July 2004 after she was accused of shoplifting from the Nordstrom's at Horton Plaza, the records revealed. She was 18 years old.
She failed to appear in court at least once on the case, and a judge issued an arrest warrant against her.
A month after her arrest, Grubbs pleaded guilty to a single count of grand theft. She was sentenced to a day in jail, a $563 fine and ordered to complete a Shoplifter's Education course. The judge also ordered her to stay away from the Nordstrom's.
Grubbs told Us Weekly she had a 31-month affair with Woods and had the text messages to prove it. She also provided the magazine with a voice mail she said came from Woods.
The Woods' scandal erupted following a Thanksgiving weekend car crash and allegations that he had trysts with multiple women.