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Jenny McCarthy's Sister, Celebrities Cited for Public Intoxication in Geneva

A "Dancing With the Stars" winner, a professional dancer, a Hollywood actor/writer/producer and the sister of Genevan Jenny McCarthy among the group cited at Third and State streets.

Jenny McCarthy's Sister, Celebrities Cited for Public Intoxication in Geneva Jenny McCarthy's Sister, Celebrities Cited for Public Intoxication in Geneva
A bevy of Hollywood and international celebrities were cited for public drunkenness in the wee hours of Sunday morning in downtown Geneva.

According to Geneva police reports, six people were cited under city ordinance for public intoxication around 5:43 a.m. Aug. 25 at 302 W. State St., just outside EvenFlow Music & Spirits.

Cited were Alexis Gault of Geneva, Kelly Monaco of Pocono Pines, PA, Sergey Onik of West Hollywood, CA, Michael Isaacson of Geneva, Joanne McCarthy of Sherman Oaks, CA, and Heath Freeman of Los Angeles, CA. The citation carries a $50 fine if paid by its due date.

An article in the Kane County Chronicle identifies Gault as a server at EvenFlow.

Monaco is an American  modelactressreality television contestant and winner of  Dancing with the Stars in  Season 1, according to Wikipedia.

Onik is a U.S. National Dance champion, personal instructor to Kirstie Alley and Official 100 Days of Dance director, according to 100daysofdance.com.

Heath Freeman is an actor, writer and producer, according to IMDB.com.

Joanne McCarthy was a makeup artist for  Oblivion and Dancing With the Stars, according to IMDB. She's also the sister of Geneva resident and soon-to-be View co-host  Jenny McCarthy, a resident of Geneva.

The group was in town for a  celebrity fundraiser in St. Charles hosted by Jenny McCarthy to raise funds for Bridges Montessori Academy in St. Charles, where her son, Evan, goes to school.

According to the Chronicle article, police reports indicate that Joanne McCarthy told police the group arrived at EvenFlow at 1:45 a.m. for an after-hours party attended by 30 or 40 of McCarthy's guests. The article also quotes EvenFlow co-owner Michael Knuth as saying the group was not served after 1:45 a.m., which would be illegal under city ordinance.

EvenFlow has been cited for serving a patron between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. Nov. 27 and for serving an underage patron during Swedish Days in June.

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