Mariah Carey's hairdresser busted for drugs at Buffalo airport

Posted at 11:47 AM, Mar 12, 2017

A Hollywood hairdresser was detained at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport for possessing several containers of illegal prescription drugs, according to TMZ.

The entertainment news publication says Danielle Priano - known for working with stars like Mariah Carey and JLo and who recently appeared on "Mariah's World" as Carey's hairstylist - was detained February 12 while trying to board a flight to NYC. Police obtained a search warrant and found nearly 400 Rx pills in her duffel bag and purse, according TMZ.

TMZ says court documents show the pills included Adderall, oxycodone, hydrocodone, Xanax and a Suboxone strip commonly used to treat addiction.

According to TMZ, Priano was charged with four counts of possession of a controlled substance and pled not guilty to all four counts.