Justin Timberlake Ordered an Iconic Martini Before His DWI Arrest

Justin Timberlake Ordered an Iconic Martini Before His DWI Arrest
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Justin Tim­ber­lake report­ed­ly ordered a famous cock­tail made pop­u­lar by fic­tion­al spy James Bond before his DWI arrest in the Hamp­tons last week.

Accord­ing to sources, the singer had a “Ves­per Mar­ti­ni” from the menu at the Amer­i­can Hotel in Sag Har­bor on the night he was lat­er pulled over and arrest­ed for drunk driving. 

The potent drink con­tains only spir­its — Grey Goose vod­ka, Tan­quer­ay gin and Lil­let Blanc wine — with no mix­er, earn­ing its rep­u­ta­tion as “not for the faint of heart.”

Tim­ber­lake told police he’d only con­sumed one mar­ti­ni, but failed a field sobri­ety test and refused a breath­a­lyz­er. He has plead­ed not guilty and faces charges and poten­tial jail time if convicted.

The Ves­per Mar­ti­ni orig­i­nates from Ian Flem­ing’s first Bond nov­el Casi­no Royale. It remains a sta­ple cock­tail ref­er­enced in lat­er Bond films and found on menus world­wide thanks to the super spy’s pen­chant for the high-proof libation.

Tim­ber­lake’s choice of bev­er­age and ensu­ing arrest have raised ques­tions about whether the cel­e­brat­ed musi­cian faces fur­ther legal con­se­quences or career fall­out from the DWI charges. As more details emerge, the saga promis­es ongo­ing scruti­ny of one of pop music’s biggest stars.

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