Grace Kelley, Wynonna Judd's daughter, has been officially charged with soliciting prostitution, indecent exposure, and disrupting governmental operations, according to the Elmore County Sheriff's Office.

The problematic 27-year-old daughter of the country legend was arrested in Alabama on April 5 for the latter two misdemeanors after standing near a highway with her full chest and southern area visible. She refused to cooperate with police when they approached her.

Kelley also held a banner that said "Ride for a Ride" while being exposed in Millbrook, Alabama. Police Chief P.K. Johnson told The Daily Mail on Thursday. She is due to appear in court on April 25.

“We responded to two calls involving her. In the first, she was observed in the area of businesses on Highway 14 near Murphy Oil by Walmart. She had a sign, displayed that said, 'A Ride for a Ride,’” Johnson detailed to the publication.

“And when she made contact with our officers, she argued with them about the legality of what she was doing. And that it was not illegal for her to offer herself in exchange for rides,” he went on.

The cops asked her to leave. A short time later, police were dispatched to a Circle K gas station on the same roadway but closer to Interstate 65.

“Apparently, Kelley went into the store and announced to people inside, including the clerk, that she had possibly been robbed. “While there, she apparently caused a disturbance with some of the customers. She left prior to our arrival but we made contact with her shortly afterwards,” Johnson stated.

Officers discovered Kelley had relocated to where the route crosses with the freeway. “And by that time she was still displaying the signage,” Johnson added.

The police chief also said that Kelley was inadequately clad and lacked adequate coverage and was observed carrying a 'Ride for a Ride' sign in front of passing automobiles. He stated that her attire and public appearance contributed to the occurrence.

He further described her as uncooperative and aggressive toward cops attempting to identify her and search for any outstanding warrants. According to the chief, her refusal to cooperate and her attitude toward law enforcement led to her arrest on accusations of obstructing a governmental operation, which stems from her inability to identify herself and her interactions with officers.

She was also charged with indecent exposure, which was later expanded to include soliciting for prostitution. This subsequent offense, a misdemeanor, increased her bond to $3,000.

Kelley, whom the "Why Not Me" singer welcomed with her ex-husband, billionaire Arch Kelley III, has had numerous run-ins with the law in recent years. She was first incarcerated in 2015 on drug-related charges and was sentenced to eight years in jail in 2018 for violating her probation.

According to the US Sun, she was released in early 2019 but returned to prison for a probation breach in 2021. The outlet further stated that she was in and out of prison between 2022 and 2023.

Kelley was assumed to remain on parole until 2024, but her recent arrest and allegations may have changed that. She gave birth to her daughter, Kaliyah Chanel, in 2022, between prison sentences. Judd, 59, takes care of Kaliyah.

“She’s 6 months old, and she doesn’t speak yet, but she looks right through me. She gives me hope…. They give you hope; they give you something to think about other than yourself. Because so much of what we do is about us, so it’s nice to be with her because she doesn’t care what I look like,” the performer bragged about her grandchild on the "Today" show in 2022.