7 Celebrities Who Have Done Hard Time

Thursday, October 13 by

John McTiernan

Die Hard director John McTiernan was sentenced to a year in prison for perjury after it was discovered he lied to the FBI and a federal judge about his involvment with wiretapper Anthony Pellicano. Though he denied he played any role in the wiretapping of producer Charles Roven, an audio recording of a phone conversation between Pellicano and McTiernan was brought to the courts attention. In the recording, McTiernan asks, “You can’t have the thing on there listen for particular words or names?”

“Nah, nah, nah,” Pellicano responded. “That’s in the movies.”

He must have been so pissed to find out he wasn’t being Punk’d.

Lane Garrison

Rules To Live By #38: If you are twenty-seven years old, it is a bad idea to attend high school party.

Rules To Live By #39: If you are twenty-seven years old and decide to attend a high school party, it is a bad idea to kill any of the underage party-goers.

Priso Break‘s Lane Garrison broke both of these rules when he killed a teenage passenger while driving drunk to pick up more alcohol. Two other teens in the vehicle also sustained injuries. Garrison was convicted of vehicular manslaughter and sentenced to 40 months in jail.

Michael Brea

Michael Brea, an actor who appeared on Ugly Betty, was arrested for killing the demon inside of his mother. Sadly, he decapitated his mom in the process. When questioned about the crime, Brea confidently replied, “I didn’t kill her. I killed the demon inside her… I just kept cutting her. No one could stop me. I was doing the work of God.”

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