ELK GROVE (CBS SF/CBS13) — Megan “Monster” Hawkins, one of the stars of the hit Netflix show “Jailbirds,” was arrested in Elk Grove on Friday. Police said Hawkins was caught attempting to open a checking and savings account at Safe Credit Union using another person’s ID.

Hawkins, easily recognizable due to her split tongue and unique tattoos, has become a celebrity in the Sacramento area for her appearance on Jailbirds. The documentary series follows real inmates during their time in Sacramento County Jail.

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Police said it was the fame that helped place Hawkins back in jail when an employee at the credit union–who was a fan of the show–recognized her.

“Everywhere I go. Everywhere I go, somebody notices me. They want to take pictures. They want my autograph,” Hawkins told CBS Sacramento reporter Yasmeen Hassan.

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Officers said Hawkins was driving a stolen car. Upon further investigation, they found credit cards with different names inside the vehicle. Police also said Hawkins had drugs with her.

Hawkins, who is 29-years-old, is now facing several charges, including possession of a stolen vehicle, unlawful use of personal identifying information and a probation violation.

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She has been booked into Sacramento County Jail. Her bail has been set at $55,000, according to jail records. Her next court date is Tuesday.