It’s not gonna be a holly jolly Christmas for these celebes who are going to spend this next festive season behind bars! For some of them it is the very first Christmas in an orange suit for others it is kind of a tradition already.
The adorable gynecologist and father of five on the Cosby Show wasn’t so nice in real life. He has been sentenced to jail for sexual harrasment and rape. He is now serving his time in a Pennsylvania correctional facility. His first meal in prison was ” baked meatballs and rice, green beans, mashed potatoes and gravy“, according to Cnn.com
The half Mexican and half Portorican rapper born in Bushwick, Brooklyn in 1996 has been involved in a wide range of criminal activites despite his young age. He has already served some time in juvenile correctional facilities for assault and drug dealing. he is now sitting in a cell waiting for the trail to begin. This time, even though he plead “not guilty” for federal racketeering charges he his facing a life sentence. The trail should begin in a year but in the meatime there won’t be no Christmas party to sing at…
The famous turned infamous sprint runner who landed the first pages of newspapers and magazines worlwide for his records has been in jail for 2 years now for the murder of his girlfriend model Reeva Steenkamp. He was at first sentenced to five years and then released according to the South African Law, just after six months. Then an appeal trial found the previous sentence has “too light” and now the paralympic hero will not be eligible for parole until at least 2023.
The husband of Teresa Giudice the sassy Italian American woman from the acclaimed reality show “Real Housewives of New Jersey” is currently spending some time in jail due to bank, mail, wire, and bankruptcy fraud. Joe was sentenced to 41 months in prison while his wife Teresa already paid her dues with a 15 months sentence and was released on December 23, 2015. Just after her release Joe was arrested and his now also facing a potential deportation to Italy since he was born in that country, once the time behind bars is over.