May 1, 2012— -- intro: They would appear to have everything their famous parents could offer them, but that hasn't stopped some celebrity offspring from getting arrested for alleged crimes that include drug possession and murder.
The 38-year-old was arrested last Sunday for coke and heroin possession after police received a report of a gunshot coming from her Malibu home.
Police were called to her home after a woman's screams were heard, followed by a gunshot, according to TMZ. No one was injured. However, when police arrived they found Wagner in possession of cocaine and heroin, and arrested her on suspicion of felony drug possession, the website said.
Wagner, a former high-end jewelry designer who started Wagner and Ko with her childhood best friend Anita Ko, has since posted $10,000 bail, according to TMZ. Attempts to reach Wagner for comment were unsuccessful.
Wagner was 7 years old when her mother died at age 43. She drowned while boating off Catalina Island with husband Robert Wagner and actor Christopher Walken in November 1981.
After her mother's death, Wagner and her sisters, Natasha Gregson Wagner, now 41, and Katie Wagner, now 47, stayed on the road with their father, spending a lot of time in Switzerland. "I think that everything Dad did then -- like not being around this crazed atmosphere in L.A. with the paparazzi -- was a good idea," Wagner said in a 2004 interview, according to the U.K.'s Daily Mail. "It brought us all closer together. And I always had compassion and respect for him for keeping the family together -- it could easily have fallen apart."
Though police recently reopened the investigation into Wood's death, they found no new evidence of foul play.
Asked if she felt pressure as the daughter of two iconic actors, Wagner replied in the same interview, "The only pressure I would ever feel is, I would always want my family to be proud of me. I just want my dad to feel he raised a solid person to be compassionate and care about the things that he cared about."
Click through to see six other famous celebrity offspring who have had their share of troubles.
quicklist: 1category: title: Mackenzie Phillipsurl: text: Mackenzie Phillips, the daughter of the Mamas and the Papas stars John and Michelle Phillips, has long struggled with drug addiction that began when she was a teen star on the hit sitcom "One Day at a Time." After a life marred with drug abuse and arrests, Phillips dropped a bombshell in 2009 when she told Oprah Winfrey that her father had raped her when she was 18 and for the next 10 years they carried on a consensual sexual relationship. media: 16244177
quicklist: 2category: title: Redmond O'Nealurl: text: Redmond O'Neal, the son of Ryan O'Neal and the late Farrah Fawcett, also has a long history of substance abuse problems and arrests. With his mother dying, O'Neal was released briefly from prison, where he was serving time on drug charges, to see her for the last time. "Redmond, his feet in shackles, is briefly released from prison and led into his mother's bedroom, where he lays his head on her chest, telling her how much she means to him," his father, Ryan O'Nea,l wrote in his new book "Both of Us." Later his father would deliver the news to him of his mother's death while he was behind bars. Now 27, O'Neal was recently praised by a judge for his progress in a drug treatment program. The judge has said he would delay sentencing O'Neal for a probation violation following his arrest last year for heroin possession as long as he stayed clean. O'Neal's older half-sister, Tatum O'Neal, also detailed her battle with drug addiction in her 2004 autobiography, "A Paper Life."media: 16244098
quicklist: 3category: title: Cameron Douglasurl: text: In 2010, Cameron Douglas, the only son of actor Michael Douglas and Diandra Douglas, was sentenced to five years in prison for pleading guilty to selling bulk quantities of methamphetamine and cocaine at Manhattan's upscale Hotel Gansevoort in 2009. His father, the Oscar-winning actor, pleaded for his son to get less jail time and ultimately got his wish. In a five-page letter to the judge, Michael Douglas wrote that his son had been in and out of rehab since he was 13, and Douglas blamed his family's history of addiction as well as his own fame and that of his father Kirk Douglas for his son's difficulty in finding his own way. He added, "Cameron grew up a single child in a bad marriage." media: 16244261
quicklist: 4category: title: Amanda Brumfieldurl: text: Actor Billy Bob Thornton's estranged daughter Amanda Brumfield was convicted last year of manslaughter in the death of a 1-year-old girl she babysat for a friend in 2008. Brumfield is Thornton's oldest daughter by first wife Melissa Parish. Following news of the girl's death in 2008, Thornton's publicist Arnold Robinson told CNN that the actor had not been in touch with his daughter for quite some time. In a statement to CNN, Robinson said, "When informed about this situation, he [Billy Bob] commented that, 'Anytime a baby's life is lost is an unimaginable tragedy, and my heart goes out to the baby's family and loved ones.'" media: 16244213
quicklist: 5category: title: Nick Hoganurl: text: Nick Hogan, son of professional wrestling icon Hulk Hogan, made a name for himself as a race car driver while still in his teens. He appeared in the family's reality TV show, "Hogan Knows Best," which ran from 2005 to 2007. But it was need for speed off the racetrack that got him into big trouble. In 2007, Hogan was drinking and speeding when he crashed his Toyota Supra sports car into a tree and his best friend, John Graziano, was thrown from the passenger seat and suffered a permanently debilitating brain injury. Hogan accepted a plea deal for reckless driving and was sentenced to eight months behind bars. It was "absolutely reckless," he acknowledged in an exclusive interview with "GMA" in 2010. "It was being young and honestly just stupid, not mature." media: 16244294
quicklist: 6category: title: Montana Fishburneurl: text: Montana Fishburne, the daughter of Oscar-nominated actor Laurence Fishburne, made her acting debut in 2010 -- in a porn video. Fishburne, now 20, was hoping for the mainstream success of other celebrities who started out as sex tape stars. "I've watched how successful Kim Kardashian became, and I think a lot of it was due to the release of her sex tape," Montana said in a statement through Vivid Entertainment, which released her first porn film. "I'm hoping the same magic will work for me." Instead, Fishburne's porn debut highlighted her troubled past -- an arrest for prostitution in 2009 and another arrest in 2010 for battery -- as well as the rift between her and her father over her career choice. According to TMZ, the actor told his daughter, "I'm not going to speak with you till you turn your life around." media: 16244060