"There's Hope on the Road Ahead" According to Jeep Commercial Featuring Springsteen.

SANDY HOOK, NJ - According to the National Park Service, rock legend Bruce Springsteen will appear in federal court after being charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving and consuming alcohol in a closed area. For his sponsor Jeep, who hired the liberal musical icon for a Super Bowl commercial, the timing couldn't be worse.

'Cancel Culture' quickly consumed the iconic Springsteen, who has a home in Colts Neck. His Jeep advertisement highlighting the importance of unity in the USA was immediately dropped from all Jeep's media platforms. (A public YouTube link is saved on this article that may still work.)

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The charge, according to the National Park Service was on November 14th, 2020. It wasn't disclosed if Springsteen allegedly driving drunk in a federal park was known to Jeep before it ran the advertisement with him driving a Jeep in middle America. His case is reported to be scheduled later this month.

The news was also reported in the Asbury Park Press, TMZ, NBC and  other news outlets.

TMZ.com first reported it. The U.S. Attorney's office in Newark will manage the case since it was on federal land.