Internet mugshot sensation, Jeremy Meeks, was just sentenced to more than two years in federal prison.
Appearing in federal court, Meeks was convicted of one count of being a felon in possession of a firearm. He was then handed down a 27-month prison sentence. He was ordered by the judge to pay a $100 fine, but was unable to come up with the money.
Further, the judge also ordered Meeks to participate in the 500-Hour Bureau of Prisons Substance Abuse Treatment Program. Continue reading
Sean Kory is the new Jeremy Meeks or so say thousands of young fawning folks on social media.
Kory, 29, from Santa Cruz, California, was arrested in after he attacked a fellow Halloween reveler.
Young felon loving women everywhere can breathe a sigh of relief after receiving the horrible, and fake news, that mugshot hero, Jeremy Meeks, was dead.
The article, originally posted on a hoax website, said the felon was killed by his wife.
The fake article has a few thousand shares and “likes” on Facebook as of Wednesday night. It reads in part: Continue reading
Jeremy Meeks a.k.a, McDreamy Mugshot, may have landed a new manager, but in the process, the famous felon‘s new manager fielded a few scary calls from gang members.
Since signing Meeks, his brand spanking new manager has already received several death threats, compliments of Northside Crips gang members.
Meeks’ family hooked the convicted felon up with some representation this week — hoping to capitalize on his new-found fame — but things quickly went south. Continue reading
Jeremy Meeks captured through the years courtesy of the Stockton Police Department..
Some folks get better looking with age..
Jeremy Meeks, 30, is a convicted felon who now faces weapons charges and thousands of unexpected suitors..
His good looks have attracted over 4,000 comments on Facebook and 16,000 likes.
This is a sample of a comment posted to the police department’s wall: Maggie Beltran writes, “Too bad he is a criminal. He is a good looking man, could have been a model.” Continue reading