AND THE STORY CONTINUES…
GENERAL TOM-FOOLERY MUGS
In October 1965, Cash was arrested for being in possession of hundreds of tranquilizers and pep pills after U.S. Custom agents searched his luggage when he returned from a trip to Juarez, Mexico. After spending the night in jail, he pleaded guilty, received a 30-day sentence, and had to pay a $1,000 fine.
In December 2003, Clinton was charged with cocaine possession and with possession of a pipe. He was found with the cocaine in his pocket and a glass pipe in the car, after police approached him as he sat in a car at a gas station near his Tallahassee recording studio. Clinton was sentenced to 200 hours of community service, two year’s probation, and fined for court costs.
Kimora Lee Simmons is a model, wife of Russell Simmons and the creative director of the popular fashion line Baby Phat. On July 29, 2004, Simmons was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana under 50 grams, eluding police, careless and imprudent driving, and driving with a broken brake light. The arrest was made after a two-mile chase that began near the Saddle River Police Station and ended outside her estate in Saddle River, NJ.
Gates was arrested in Albuquerque in 1977 for running a stop sign and driving without a license. Apparently, Gates had a hard time sticking to driving laws. In 1975, he was arrested for speeding and driving without a license and in 1989, he was arrested for suspicion of driving drunk, but the charges were later reduced.
June 23, 1996 – Robert Downey, Jr. was arrested for driving drunk and being in possession of Mexican Black Tar heroin, crack, cocaine and an unloaded .357 Magnum revolver. He was sentenced to three years probation.
December 8, 1997 – Downey was sentenced to six months in jail for violating parole.
November 25, 2000 – Downey was arrested for cocaine and Valium possession and being under the influence of a controlled substance.
April 24, 2001 – Downey was arrested for being under the influence of a controlled substance.
In 1970, Jane Fonda was arrested for kicking a police officer who was arresting her for a large amount of pills she had in her possession. Charges were dropped when it was determined that the pills were vitamins.
Hopper was arrested after he fled from a traffic accident that he caused in Taos, Mexico. He was charged with careless driving, fleeing the accident and not informing police of the accident. He received a $250 fine and spent 20 minutes in jail.
On June 27, 1995, Grant was arrested for engaging in oral copulation with a prostitute, Diving Brown, while parked in his BMW. He was fined $1,180 and received two-year’s probation.
In 1971, King was arrested for grand larceny, and pleaded no contest to passing a bad check. The particulars remain muddled and unproven, but it’s alleged that King tried to sell his influence with Richard M. Nixon’s attorney general John Mitchell to a convicted stock swindler named Louis Wolfson.
CONCLUDES TOMORROW BITCHES…..