Jermaine "Huggy" HopkinsFamous at the age of 14 for his role as a troubled teen in the 1989 film Lean on Me, Jermaine "Huggy" Hopkins went on to star alongside Samuel L. Jackson and Queen Latifah in Juice as well as make appearances on TV shows like Murder One and Moesha. On December 12, 2011, the 38-year-old actor was pulled over in Arizona and arrested for allegedly arranging to buy 200 pounds of marijuana. The arrest came as part of a sting operation; Hopkins allegedly tried to buy the drugs from an undercover officer. Police say Hopkins traveled to Arizona from his home state of North Carolina to make the deal. A search of his SUV allegedly revealed $100,000 in cash. According to police, 100 pounds of marijuana was discovered at the actor's Arizona apartment. He was jailed on suspicion of two felony counts of possessing, transporting and trying to sell marijuana.
Disney star Mitchel Musso, best known for his role as Miley Cyrus' sidekick Oliver on Hannah Montana, was arrested on suspicion of DUI in the early morning hours of Sunday, October 16. Musso, 20, was pulled over by Burbank, CA., police after failing to slow down at the scene of an accident. After a field sobriety test gave police reason to believe that Musso had been drinking, he was taken into custody. Musso, who also does the voice of Jeremy Johnson on Disney's Phineas and Ferb was released shortly after. Although Musso is under the legal drinking age, bail was waived because he has no prior record.
Most recently, Coleman was arrested January 24, 2010 on a domestic violence warrant in Santaquin, Utah. He made bail the next day; a trial date has not been set.
Coleman had been cited for disorderly conduct in 2007 and again in 2009 for disorderly conduct after heated, public disputes with his wife. In 2008, Coleman was cited for disorderly conduct and reckless driving after an automobile accident following an argument with a fan who snapped Coleman's photo without his consent.
Coleman had also previously been arrested in 1998 for punching a fan after signing an autograph for her and arguing with her. Coleman was arrested and later pleaded no contest to disturbing the peace, receiving a suspended sentence. He was ordered to pay the fan $1,665 for hospital bills resulting from the fight and to complete 52 anger management sessions by the following year.
She was arrested again in November 2007, after surrendering to serve a brief jail term in connection with the drunk driving conviction received in July. She spent an hour in an L.A. jail before being released.
Slater was again arrested at New York's John F. Kennedy Airport on December 23, 1994 and charged with criminal possession of a weapon (the actor had packed a handgun). He reached a plea agreement in early-1995 that required him to spend three days working with homeless children. But then in 1997 he was charged with three counts of assault and one count of battery after he assaulted a girlfriend while intoxicated. This time he served 59 days of a three-month sentence.
And finally on May 31, 2005 he was arrested for groping a woman on a New York street, while intoxicated.
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