David Hasselhoff's ex-wife, Pamela Bach, was sentenced to 90 days in jail for a DUI charge stemming from an arrest last year.

Bach pleaded no contest to the charge of driving under the influence Thursday in an LA area court room.

Pamela will also have to serve 16 days of Cal Trans work, to enroll in an 18-month licensed alcohol and drug education counseling program, complete a 21-day program known as the Multiple Offender Drinking Driver Program and pay fines that total almost $5,000.

Bach's license will be suspended for two years, and upon the completion of her sentence, she'll have to wear a SCRAM device (an ankle bracelet that measures blood-alcohol content) for 6 months.

She's been ordered to surrender by May 3rd.