Reality TV personality caught up in drug sweep that nabbed 27 in Pennsylvania
It doesn’t appear to be a particularly Good Friday for Chapel Peace.
Peace, a former cast member on the TLC series “Return to Amish,” has been charged in connection to a methamphetamine investigation, the Pennsylvania attorney general said Friday.
Peace, 33, was charged with one count of possession with intent to deliver or delivery of a controlled substance, as well as charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance, namely methamphetamine.
Peace was caught up in a sweep that altogether nabbed 27 people accuse of distributing or possessing drugs in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania.
In all, one pound of meth with an estimated value of $90,736 was seized by investigators, as well as one and a half ounces of heroin with a value of about $8,400.
Investigators also seized $27,867 in cash, along with seven weapons and one vehicle.
The investigation is ongoing.
Peace will not be featured on the next season of the reality series, a network representative said.
“She is not a part of the upcoming season,” a TLC spokesperson told TheWrap.
A person with knowledge of the series told us that the production company hasn’t filmed with Peace in more than a year. Filming for this upcoming season was completed a while ago, we’ve heard, and after last season, there were no plans to film with her.
TLC has no plans right now on what to do with reruns that feature Peace, TheWrap has learned.