"Little Women Atlanta" cast member Melissa Hancock was arrested in Virgina on Saturday, November 4 on DUI charges following a horrific head-on crash which left one innocent man dead. TMZ reported that according to Virginia State Police reports, Hancock, who was driving a 2011 Cadillac collided with a 2009 Mazda killing the driver after leaving a nearby bar.

Melissa Hancock admits to having 2-4 drinks one hour before crash

Daniel Dill, the driver of the Mazda, was allegedly hit by Hancock, who was traveling the wrong way on a one-way lane of the I-264.

Dill, a respected member of the Coast Guard, was reported to have been on his way to pick up his wife. The report states that Daniel was acting as a designated driver for his wife and a group of friends who had gone out to celebrate her birthday.

Prosecutors object to Hancock's bond

Daniel Dill was transported to the Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital, where he was treated for a severe spinal cord injury, swelling of his brain, and other injuries. Following treatment and surgery, Dill's doctor's delivered heartbreaking news to his wife and family. After consulting with the doctor, the family made the difficult decision to remove him from life support. Dill died a few hours later.

Melissa was arrested on the scene and charged with DUI/maiming and driving the wrong way.

According to reports, the reality television cast member is being held in a Virginia Beach jail without bond. Hancock is best known after appearing in the Lifetime reality series "Little Women Atlanta" during Season 2.

Melissa Hancock's account of the car crash, according to the arrest reports, states that she admitted to officers that she had consumed two to four drinks at Peabody’s Nightclub an hour before the crash.

Hancock's blood alcohol content tested at 0.112 two hours following the crash.

Melissa Hancock's case will be further reviewed by the Commonwealth Attorney for additional charges. Initially, Hancock was granted a $15,000 bond during a court hearing Thursday, it was ordered by the judge that Hancock would wear a GPS device that also monitors alcohol use.

Prosecutors however objected to the bond decision and have filed an appeal. At this time, spokeswoman Macie Allen states there is a very good chance that Hancock's charges could be changed to DUI manslaughter.

Besides her appearances on reality TV, Hancock has also worked as a model. It is undetermined at this time as to whether or not Hancock has had any previous arrests or issues with alcohol. "Little Women Atlanta" debuted on January 27, 2016, on the Lifetime Channel. The reality series is the spin-off series of "Little Women LA." The series follows the lives of a group of little women who are friends living in Atlanta, Georgia. At this time the Lifetime Channel had no comment.