See female celebrities that have gotten in trouble with the law
Now and then, people get in trouble with the law for one reason or the other. People love and look up to celebrities but that doesn't mean they're excluded from the list.
Some celebrities have never gotten in trouble with the police before. However, some have had issues with the police and the law and have even served jail time.
Here are some celebrities that have gotten in trouble with the law before.
She was arrested in 2016 at an airport in Texas for public intoxication and drug possession. Her bail was however set at $8,000.
Cardi once confessed about how she drugged and robbed men before she became famous. There was never an evidence for that, so she didn't get arrested. However, she wasn't so lucky when she was arrested for being part of a strip club brawl last October.
The celebrity was arrested for a DUI and was ordered to take an alcohol education class. She violated her probation and was sentenced to jail for 30 days. The jail was however overcrowded, so she only spent 3 hours and was released.
In 1995, Lil Kim was arrested for possession of marijuana but didn't serve jail time. In 2005 however, she was sentenced to a year in jail for perjury. She admitted to lying in a testimony she gave about a shootout between rival rappers.
Beore Nicki became popular, she once worked as a waitress in a restaurant. In 2003, she got in trouble with the law and was arrested for possession of weapon with intent to use.
Which of these celebrities did you not believe could have been arrested before?. Let us know in the comments section below.
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