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Gigi Hadid Released On Bail After Arrest For Marijuana Possession, Says ‘All’s Well That Ends Well’

Gigi Hadid was released on bail after being arrested for possession of ‘ganja’ on her arrival to the Cayman Islands.

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Gigi Hadid was arrested for ganja possession. (Image: Instagram)

SUPERMODEL Gigi Hadid was reportedly arrested after customs officials found marijuana in their possession in the Cayman Islands. The actor got out on bail and shared a post on Instagram stating “all’s well that ends well.”

Reportedly, Gigi along with her pals arrived at the Islands for a summer vacation. Shortly after her arrival by a private plane, customs officials found “ganja and utensils used for the consumption of ganja” in their luggage.

In a statement to CBS News, Gigi’s representative said that she was traveling with marijuana purchased legally in New York City with a medical license. “It has also been legal for medical use in Grand Cayman since 2017. Her record remains clear and she enjoyed the rest of her time on the island,” the statement read.

Shortly after her arrest, Gigi shared pictures from her vacation on Instagram, where she could be seen chilling on the beach. Fans flooded the comments section with reactions to her post.

“My level of recklessness after being arrested and bailed,” wrote one user. Another comment read, “she couldn’t care less lmao.”

Earlier in an interview this year, Gigi spoke about being a target for gossip and privacy. “I’ve had early experiences where you learn how the world reacts when you share things in certain ways,” she told Elle. “Sometimes you just leave something feeling like you were taken out of context. Or just feel like you revealed too much, and it was taken advantage of. Whatever those learning-the-hard-way experiences are, you grow a certain skin,” Gigi added.

The supermodel also quoted an advice given to her by Serena Williams and said, “Serena Williams once told me, ‘Nothing stays in the press longer than three weeks.’ You can feel like your life is ending. If it’s a mistake, then it will pass. I think it’s about not taking yourself that seriously and being like, ‘When I am on my deathbed, I’m not going to remember that one awkward interview from when I was 19.’”

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