DETROIT — Former Miss USA Rima Fakih was driving with a half-empty bottle of champagne and a blood-alcohol level more than twice the legal limit when she was arrested on a drunken-driving charge in the Detroit enclave of Highland Park, according to a police report released Tuesday.

The report obtained by The Associated Press through a Freedom of Information Act request says the 26-year-old from Dearborn was pulled over early Saturday going 60 mph, weaving in heavy traffic and changing lanes without using a turn signal.

A police officer whose name was given only as R. Kalis said the traffic stop happened about 2:15 a.m.

The report says she was driving a 2011 Jaguar.

Kalis reported asking for the driver’s license and said the “driver immediately identified herself as Miss USA and stated that she was driving a friend’s car.”

Hospital clears evangelist to return home

ASHEVILLE, N.C. — The Rev. Billy Graham was released from Mission Hospital here Tuesday after spending six days recovering from pneumonia, his second bout with the lung infection since May.

Doctors allowed the 93-year-old evangelist to go home after he responded well to antibiotics and physical therapy to increase his strength, said Nancy Lindell, a spokeswoman for the hospital.

Graham said he was grateful for the thoughts and prayers from around the world, according to a statement released by the hospital.

“I also appreciated the wonderful treatment I received here from such caring doctors and nurses, and feel I have made some new friends,” Graham said. “But I am especially looking forward to seeing my home decorated for Christmas and spending the holidays with members of my family.”

Admitted Nov. 30 with congestion, a cough and slight fever, he was diagnosed with pneumonia.

Writer laughs off ‘Bad Sex’ prize

LONDON — American author David Guterson on Tuesday joined John Updike, Tom Wolfe, Norman Mailer and other literary stars as the recipient of the dreaded Bad Sex in Fiction award.

Guterson won the 2011 “prize” for sex scenes in his new novel “Ed King,” which offers a modern take on the Oedipus myth and sets it in the second half of the 20th century.

The acclaimed author of “Snow Falling on Cedars” took the tongue-in-cheek honor in stride: “Oedipus practically invented bad sex, so I’m not in the least bit surprised,” Guterson said in a statement released in response to his victory.

The choice was announced at a gala event at the Naval & Military Club in London.

The scene cited by the judges deals with the part of the myth where the son makes loves with his mother. It describes a night of abandon that concludes with a soapy shower interlude and finishes this way: “Then they rinsed, dried, dressed, and went to an expensive restaurant for lunch.”

The Literary Review has given out the award each year since 1993. It was established by Auberon Waugh to highlight the “crude, tasteless and often perfunctory” way in which sex is described in modern novels – and to discourage it.

The list of finalists this year included Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami, Sebastian Barry, James Frey, Peter Nadas, American horror master Stephen King, Jean M. Auel and several others.

In the past it has been given to Mailer – for one of his final works, “The Castle in the Forest” – and a lifetime achievement award was given in 2008 to novelist, poet and critic Updike, whose works often explored the pleasure and pain of adultery in the suburbs.

Did actor, airline have ‘words’?

LOS ANGELES — American Airlines said it is looking into why actor Alec Baldwin was kicked off a flight leaving Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday afternoon.

In a tweet to the actor, American Airlines said, “Mr. Baldwin, we are looking into this.” Airline officials asked Baldwin to send him his contact information.

An American Airlines spokesman declined comment, citing customers’ privacy concerns.

Baldwin said on Twitter that he was kicked off the flight for playing “Words With Friends” on an unspecified electronic device.

But another passenger on the flight said on Twitter that he was told by an airline representative on the flight that Baldwin was removed from the flight because of abusive behavior.