Fiona Apple Discusses Hash Arrest

    This handout photo provided by the Hudspeth County Sheriff's Office shows Fionna Apple. The singer-songwriter has been arrested for hashish possession in Sierra Blanca after a Border Patrol drug-sniffing dog detected marijuana in her tour bus. Sierra Blanca Sheriff's office spokesman Rusty Flemming says the artist spent Wednesday night at the Hudspeth County jail and would be bonded out Thursday. (AP Photo/Hudspeth County Sheriff's Office)

    Hudspeth County Sheriff's Office / AP Photo

    After being arrested at a border crossing in Texas for hash possession, singer Fiona Apple reflected on her brush with the law to a concert audience in Houston on Saturday. Out on $10,000 bail, the notoriously eccentric singer had some roundabout words for discussing her ordeal. “We’ll call them holding cell one and holding cell two,” Apple prefaced. “In holding cell one is the encoded version of the shit that you did that I know was inappropriate and probably illegal ... I’m the only one who holds the key, and you and I will be intimate forever, because I will hold that secret forever. Unless you’re interested in being a celebrity, I’ll make you fucking famous any time you ask, and I’ll open those boxes.” We’d make fun, but have you heard how great her new album is?

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