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Gioia Bruno, the bisexual lead singer of 1980s pop group Expose, has been charged with trafficking methamphetamines.
According to new revelations in Radar, Bruno was arrested in April 2009 in Broward County, Fla., and received five years' probation for the felony crime. The case is now closed.
Sources close to Bruno, who is 47, told Radar that the singer has long struggled with drugs.
"Celebrity Rehab has called two years in a row to have her on," a source told the publication. "She needs to get sober, but she refuses to admit she even has a problem," said the source.
The Italian-born Bruno, who came out as bisexual in 2006, toured with Expose as its lead singer in the late 1980s. The group created hits including "Tell Me Why," "What You Don't Know," "Let Me Be the One," and "Season's Change."