Harry Connick Jr.'s Daughter Georgia Arrested for Allegedly Giving Alcohol to Minors

The 19-year-old could be charged with allowing minors to possess alcohol at a house party.

Georgia Connick, the teenage daughter of American Idol judge Harry Connick Jr., could be facing charges of permitting and procuring alcohol for minors.  

The 19-year-old reportedly hosted a party at her family's New Canaan, Connecticut home this weekend while her parents were away, according to local news WTNH. Shortly after 1 a.m. on Saturday morning, police got a call that there was underage drinking taking place at the residence.

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New Canaan police said that when they arrived to the Connick home, young people were fleeing the house and attempting to leave through the woods. Georgia told police that she intended only to have a small gathering, but uninvited guests showed up at her house. Law enforcement told NBC New York that they found several beer cans at the residence.

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The parents of 15 of the party guests -- ages ranging between 18 and 20 -- were contacted by New Canaan police.

WTNH reports that Georgia was never taken into custody. She is due to appear in court on Sept. 2. 

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