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Michael Douglas' Son Cameron RELEASED From Solitary Confinement! Did His Dad's Emmys Speech Do The Trick?
Daddy does right!
Michael Douglas's son Cameron's lengthy stay in solitary confinement during his prison sentence has finally stopped, and it actually may have ended a little while ago!
One of Cameron's most vocal advocates from the Drug Policy Alliance was Anthony Papa who was the one who finally spilled the beans!
He recently said:
Originally the celebrity kid was sentenced to five years behind bars, but was slapped with another five years after being found guilty of additional drug infractions in prison. Cameron currently is in solitary confinement with another two years to go!
Subsequently activist Tony Papa of the Drug Policy Alliance has now started a petition at Change.org that seeks to gather enough signatures to convince Attorney General Eric Holder to not only allow Michael Douglas' son to see his family, but for other families to see their loved ones in prison, too!
Here's what Tony Papa recently said:
So that's what it was all about!
A lot of people were curious just what Michael meant, and the actor went into further detail
Many are still looking for answers in Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones's decision to split, and while some have pointed the finger of blame to his cancer or her bipolar disorder, it sounds like someone else may have come between them.
Cameron Douglas, to be exact.
Michael's 34-year-old son has had some legal troubles over the past several years and is expected to be behind bars until 2018 for repeated drug use. Well, apparently his ongoing issues may have driven a wedge between the longtime couple:
Michael Douglas's son still has five more years behind bars before he walks free in 2018, but he's speaking out about his punishment and he clearly doesn't think jail is the right solution for his problem!
Cameron Douglas was sentenced to five years in prison back in 2010 for narcotics distribution, and his sentence was extended when he was caught trying to acquire drugs in prison. While he admits that he has a problem and broke the rules, he feels that he would be better served getting treatment for his addiction rather than rotting behind bars.
The actor's son wrote an essay expressing his frustration, saying: