Outrageous Celebrity Prison Sentences (pg. 4)



The Crime: Cocaine possession, criminal impersonation, criminal possession of a weapon, criminal mischief, meancing, and driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol while impersonating a federal agent and attempting to carjack a vehicle
The Time: 70 days in prison (for violating conditions of his parole)

Ummm… so what’s more surprising here: The fact that DMX broke a half dozen laws in a 2004 incident and still only managed to get locked up because of a “parole violation,” or the fact that he only ended up serving about 60 days of the sentence due to “good behavior”? Something just doesn’t add up…