Country star Lynn Anderson charged with DUI

Country singer Lynn Anderson has been released from jail in Nashville after being charged with drunken driving.

Police arrested Anderson after she was involved in a crash Thursday evening. The responding officer said she showed "signs of impairment," according to her arrest warrant.

The Tennessean reports a warrant says 66-year-old Anderson admitted to drinking alcohol and taking prescription medication.

Anderson's song "Rose Garden" earned her fame and a Grammy in the early 1970s.

Anderson was released from Friday on $5,000 bond, according to jail officials. She is scheduled to appear in court Nov. 20. In a statement sent by her manager, Anderson said she was "deeply sorry for anyone that I have harmed along this path."

She was previously charged with DUI in 2004 in Denton, Texas.