She sang at many concerts and private events, including a private event in Kazakhstan. Jessica did concerts for charities such as the Special Olympics , and performed at numerous corporate events including shows sponsored by Kelloggs and Edy's Ice Cream. In July Jessica visited U. In , Jessica was featured in OK! It was released as a single in early on iTunes. On March 15, , Jessica's video for her single "Unbroken" was released. Sierra has since been clean and sober for 18 months, and thanks Dr.
Drew Pinsky for saving her life. Her debut album "Rebound" is due to be released sometime in December Sierra's new album will follow her struggles, and how she got clean and sober, and how she has changed for the better. In January , after her album was not released she stated that it had been pushed back for a release to finish some songs. Her single "Enough" was released in October with a music video but did not chart.
The album was never released and believed to have been scrapped. Personal life[ edit ] As of , Sierra was a resident of Vacaville, California. Tampa police reported that Daniel Young left at least 40 voice mail messages telling Sierra that he loved her and was willing to go to jail for her. Substance abuse and legal issues[ edit ] On April 29, , Sierra was arrested at a Tampa bar after throwing a glass at a fellow bar patron.
During her booking, cocaine was found in her purse; she subsequently was charged with assault and possession of cocaine. On November 19, , after regular filming on Celebrity Rehab had ended but before the series aired, Sierra pleaded no contest in a Tampa courtroom to the assault and cocaine possession charges. The police report of the incident stated that Sierra was out of control, offered a sexual favor to one of the arresting officers, and vomited in the police car.
The judge's sentence followed a plea to the court on her behalf from Drew Pinsky, where he stated that while the treatment she received while on the show was not adequate considering her level of addiction, he felt that she would have a better chance of recovery if she participated in a year-long treatment program.
He also noted on his VH1 blog that court-mandated treatment had saved her life. It was noted in court that she had tested clean and sober for about a year and a half.
Drew Pinsky with saving her life in a taped interview. Her appearance was aired in the third season episode "Triggers".