Jeep pulled her Super Bowl ad with Bruce Springsteen from her YouTube channel after reports that DWI arrested the singer in his home state of New Jersey in November.
TMZ reported that the singer was arrested on November 14 in Sandy Hook, NJ and cited for reckless driving, reckless driving and alcohol consumption in a closed area. Nearly three months after his arrest, Springsteen teamed up with Jeep on a Super Bowl ad titled “The Middle,” which would be the second most-viewed ad in the game after Michael B. Jordan and Amazon.
In the two-minute ad, usually timid commercial Springsteen rides a jeep and talks about loneliness in the US amid the political divide. The ad is still available to view on the official Jeep Instagram account.
Representatives of Springsteen or Jeep did not immediately respond to requests for comment.