Cannabis, What's The Harm with James Alexandrou

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, January, 27th 2011 by THCFinder

What’s The Harm? is presented by ex-EastEnders actor James Alexandrou. With access to the Avon and Somerset police force’s drug squads and the Borders Agency, this two-part series looks at both the dealers and users and talks to the UK’s top doctors and psychologists about the effects of cannabis.




Former EastEnders star Alexandrou (Martin Fowler) explores the hidden world of organised crime linked to the supply of marijuana in Britain. He joins a drug squad and the UK Border Agency as they try to catch smugglers, and meets casualties of the trade, including a 14-year-old addict with convictions for burglary and a Vietnamese teenager smuggled into the country to work on cannabis farms.


Terry Glenn Arrested: Former Cowboys Receiver Booked For DWI

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Mon, January, 24th 2011 by THCFinder

Former Dallas Cowboys receiver Terry Glenn wasarrested last Thursday in Denton County, Texas for possession of marijuana and driving while intoxicated.

This was at least Glenn's fourth arrest since being released from the Cowboys in 2008, according to multiple reports.

He was also arrested for public intoxication and marijuana possession in 2009 and last year, he was arrested on grand theft auto charges.

The 36-year-old was released on Friday afterpaying a $3,011 bond.

Glenn played for 12 years in the NFL for the New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys.


Paris' Boyfriend Faces Felony Charges

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Fri, January, 21st 2011 by THCFinder

Back in August, Paris Hilton's boyfriend Cy Waits was arrested in Vegas for driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol.


Now, it looks like Waits faces a felony charge of "being under the influence of marijuana," and misdemeanor charges of "possession of marijuana and driving under the influence."


If convicted, Paris' BF could get up to four years in jail! Yikes.


According to the toxicology report, there was marijuana found in Waits' blood around the time of his arrest, and given the fact that being on ANY drug in Nevada is a felony, it looks like he MAY be in trouble.


His arraignment is scheduled for Feb 17.


Sorry to hear it Cy, but actions have consequences…especially in Las Vegas.





NFL quarterback Chris Simms rejects plea deal in marijuana case

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Fri, January, 21st 2011 by THCFinder

NFL quarterback Chris Simms waved off a deal from Manhattan prosecutors Friday that would leave no stain on his criminal record after his arrest for smoking pot while driving.

The Tennessee Titans backup and son of Giants great Phil Simms rejected an offer to plead guilty to a violation and face a 90-day license suspension, a $500 fine and five days of community service.

Simms, 30, was arrested in July at a West Houston St. checkpoint and charged with a single misdemeanor count of driving while under the influence of drugs.

A judge this month refused to throw out Simms' admission to a cop that he took four puffs of marijuana while in a 1999 Mercedes-Benz with his pregnant wife and two pals.

The rejection of the one-time offer from the Manhattan District Attorney's office means Simms could go to trial.

"See you March 1st," Simms said as he strolled out of court, referring to his next court date.

The cop who stopped Simms said the former University of Texas star was "zombie-like" and unsteady on his feet at the time of his arrest.

Simms is a former Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting quarterback whose once-promising pro career has been set back by injuries. He was out of a job this season after being cut by the Titans in the preseason, but was then brought back by the team.



Montel Williams to push for medical marijuana

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, January, 20th 2011 by THCFinder

Delegate Dan Morhaim said Williams, who is a multiple sclerosis patient, is scheduled to attend a news conference in Annapolis on Monday.


Morhaim, a Baltimore County Democrat, and Sen. David Brinkley, a Frederick County Republican, plan to introduce a measure to allow marijuana to be used under well-defined circumstances for bona fide medical purposes.


In 2003, Maryland approved a law limiting sentencing to a $100 fine for people who use marijuana if they have a medical excuse. But critics of that law say it still drives people whose pain could be alleviated by marijuana into alleys to buy from drug dealers.




Cameron Diaz Says Snoop Dogg Sold Her Pot in 'LBC' High School

Category: Celebrities | Posted on Thu, January, 20th 2011 by THCFinder

Not really a shocker here: Cameron Diaz told George Lopez this week that she's "pretty sure" she bought marijuana from Snoop Dogg in high school.


America's foremost promoter of goodweed sold pot in high school? Sounds like it. Diaz apparently went to Long Beach Polytechnic High School in the '80s with Snoop. She remembered it as a campus with 3,500 students.

And she said the rapper was "very tall and skinny he wore lots of ponytails in his head."

That's him, officer. (We hope there's a statute of limitations here, because selling weed to a high school kid -- without a medical marijuana card even! -- has to be illegal).

Frankly, we were surprised to see such humility from Diaz, a former model. She talked openly about her Cuban background and growing up in "the LBC."

She said Snoop was "a year older than me ... I'm pretty sure I bought weed from him. I had to have."

"So you were green even in high school," Lopez asked, referring to her affinity for Toyota Priuses.





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