Kerry Kennedy, the ex-wife of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the daughter of the late Sen. Robert Kennedy, said Tuesday that she was not under the influence of drugs of alcohol at the time of her car accident Friday—and she said she has a hospital report to prove it. Kennedy was arrested Friday after police said she hit a tractor-trailer with her car, and then she allegedly drove the damaged car off the highway. A witness said Kennedy “appeared slumped at the wheel,” and a police officer said in a deposition that Kennedy failed the standing-on-one-leg test and the walk-and-turn test. She was able to recite the alphabet. Kennedy told police she may have accidentally taken a sleeping pill before driving. Kennedy plead not guilty at the arraignment.