Tuesday, December 13, 2011

No DUI Jail Time for Flo Rida


Remember back in June when rapper Flo-Rida got arrested for drunk driving on a suspended license in Miami [click here if you missed that]?

Well Flo lucked up and got into a first time offenders program and won't have to serve any time...

From TMZ
Flo-Rida -- real name Tramar Dillard -- was busted in Miami Beach back in June on suspicion of DUI inside his million-dollar Bugatti. At the time, cops said Flo's blood alcohol level was .185 ... more than twice the legal limit.

But an attorney for Mr. Rida was in court today -- and got the judge to send Flo to a first-time offenders program instead of the slammer ... a thing called "Back on Track," which entails a bunch of stuff like substance abuse classes, counseling, community service, and drug testing.

Under the deal ... if Flo completes all the program requirements, prosecutors will knock the DUI charge down to a lesser charge -- reckless driving. Not bad.

9 comments:

My .02 cents... said...

I can't stand drunk drivers. This may have been the first time he was caught, but I'm sure it wasn't the first time he's driven drunk. It's not cute. Especially when you lose a family member to an asshole who drives drunk, and the driver walks away.

And, what's up with his head. I know his hair line was receding, but sheesh.

Anonymous said...

Must being nice being a celebrity, devoid of all responsisbility and accountability..

Don said...

Crime pays.

Anonymous said...

He needs to spray paint his hair back on

Anonymous said...

Please tell me that the photo angle is correct and dude finally cut dat hair off? I sure hope so- Still like em doe...

Anonymous said...

WHAT AN UGLY BIG HEAD ASS COON!

Anonymous said...

This is one ugly nigga

Anonymous said...

Who buys Florida music? He is an old, bald, pudgy looking guy that sells corny a$$ music to the young white demographic. Hundreds of thousands, if not millions of albums. That is an amazing pheat. I don't care what anyone says.

Anonymous said...

He didn't luck up. I'm a criminal defense attorney in Miami and since this was his first DUI, Back on Track or BOT as we call it is usually always offered to first time DUI offenders. He paid that attorney thousands to get something pro se clients can get for themselves.

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