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Waka Flocka Flame Cited For Marijuana Possession

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Wed, August, 3rd 2011 by THCFinder
For the second time in a month, "Hard in Da Paint" rapper Waka Flocka Flame (born Juaquin James Malphurs) has been cited for drug possession.
 
According to TMZ, Waka was pulled over by Atlanta police on Tuesday for a routine traffic violation. When officers asked him to step out of the vehicle so they could cuff him, they allegedly found a small amount of marijuana on the floor of his white Chevy Tahoe.
 
Though a spokesperson for the Atlanta PD could not be reached for comment at press time, TMZ reported that the MC was cited for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana and failure to wear a seat belt. After being booked on the charges, he was released from custody a short time later. A spokesperson for the rapper had not returned requests for comment at press time.
 
Waka was also arrested on July 23 in Queens, New York, for similar charges (criminal possession of marijuana), when he was allegedly found with marijuana while in the parking lot of the Coliseum Mall. It appeared that he was released without charge in that case.
 
In addition, Waka turned himself in to Georgia authorities on January 4 to face weapons and drug charges and was released 48 hours later after posting bail. A grand jury decided in May that there was not enough evidence to pursue those charges.
 
It's been a colorful year for the "No Hands" star, as he was also allegedly the intended victim in a shooting that took place at a stereo store in North Carolina in February, during which his tour bus was hit with bullets. Prosecutors eventually dropped the charges against the six men detained in that incident, saying witnesses could not clearly identify the suspects.
 

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OMG don't smoke weed or...

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Fri, July, 29th 2011 by THCFinder

This could be you if you smoke weed, better not hit that bong again right? Who needs 8 gold medals anyways...

 


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Dave Chappelle - Smoke weed bitches!

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Tue, July, 26th 2011 by THCFinder

Cannabis brings us together -

 


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Brooke Mueller: Pipe Down, It Was Only Pot!

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Wed, July, 13th 2011 by THCFinder
Brooke Mueller is telling friends ... the pictures TMZ posted showing her carrying what looked like a crack pipe are misleading ... because the only thing she was smoking was marijuana.
 
Brooke is saying she doesn't use the pipe to smoke cocaine -- she claims it was only pot and it's perfectly legal, because she has a marijuana prescription for anxiety.
 
But Mueller admits she's been on and off cocaine, telling friends, every few months she falls off the wagon and uses cocaine -- not crack -- but she also insists she hasn't been using for months.
 
Brooke says when she binges it usually lasts only around 12 hours, and then she snaps back into reality -- sometimes with the help of a little rehab.
 
(Sourcehttp://www.tmz.com Photo: TMZ.com

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Judge Crushes Plea Deal in Willie Nelson Pot Case

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, July, 7th 2011 by THCFinder
Willie Nelson once again faces a year in jail over marijuana possession charges -- this after the judge in the case REJECTED a plea deal in which the singer would have gotten off with a $500 fine.
 
As we previously reported, Willie struck a plea bargain last month in West Texas -- in which prosecutors agreed to reduce his pot possession charge to misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia ... if the singer agreed to plead no contest.
 
Willie would have only had to pay a $500 fine -- but the judge outright rejected that deal Wednesday ... claiming the singer was getting special treatment.
 
According to the judge, Nelson should be charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession -- which could put him in jail for a year
 

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Willie Nelson pot case plea deal rejected by judge

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Tue, July, 5th 2011 by THCFinder
A proposed plea deal in Willie Nelson's marijuana possession case has been officially rejected by a Texas judge.
 
The 'On the Road Again' singer was arrested in November 2010 by the US Border Patrol when authorities discovered several ounces of pot on his tour bus.
 
Nelson had reportedly agreed to plead no contest to a charge of misdemeanour possession of drug paraphernalia as well as pay a $500 (£310) fine and $280 (£173) in court costs, with the presiding judge Becky Dean-Walker initially lodging her agreement.
 
Judge Dean-Walker has now reversed her decision and will deny the plea agreement, citing a desire to avoid any accusations of favouritism due to Nelson's status as a popular musician.
 
The justice explained to Reuters: "I'm not going to be guilty of signing something because someone is a celebrity... Everybody should be treated the same in my court."
 
Nelson's case has now been returned to County Attorney CR Bramblett, who has been tasked with deciding on a harsher punishment for the country singer.
 
Bramblett has not yet commented on whether he will pursue the matter further or simply drop the case entirely.
 
Bramblett had previously proposed that the marijuana possession charge could be expunged if Nelson would agree to perform the 1975 hit 'Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain' before the court, but Judge Dean-Walker quickly dismissed any notion that there would be singing in her courtroom.
 
Nelson has long been an advocate for the legalization of marijuana in the US, even co-chairing the advisory board of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.
 

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