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Actor James Woods' girlfriend charged in Chatham Co.

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Kristen Bauguess (Source: Chatham Co. Sheriff's Office) Kristen Bauguess (Source: Chatham Co. Sheriff's Office)
CHATHAM CO., GA (WTOC) -

Actor James Woods may be celebrating the release of a summer blockbuster, but his girlfriend is facing trouble in the Chatham County area.

Kristen Bauguess was caught a couple of weeks ago and charged with possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance, according to police. Both possessions are considered felonies. Added to those charges are speeding, failure to register a car and switching tags to mislead.

The two were just together on the red carpet for the premiere of Woods' latest movie, White House Down.

Bauguess is nearly 50 years younger than Woods. The two started dating in Chatham County when she was 19 years old.

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