TMZ is reporting that Lamar Odom says he doesn’t have a crack problem. His denial is reminiscent of the late Whitney Houston when she was asked the same question years before her passing.
You know it happens on the regular, it’s hard to prove and when it’s the police’s word against yours, well you know. Head-shop owner Donald Andrews was charged with felonies — criminal sale and criminal possession of a controlled substance — that could have put him behind bars for 25 years. Forced to close his […]
Sometimes you have to clear things up for folks. That must have been on Mary’s mind when she let the other hosts know. Check out the exchange here.
Via CNN Congress passed the Fair Sentencing Act in August 2010, changing the 100-to-1 disparity between minimum sentences for crack and powder cocaine to 18 to 1. The U.S. Sentencing Commission voted this summer to make the reduced crack penalties retroactive, which means more than 12,000 current inmates are eligible to request reduced sentences.