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Michael Douglas' Son Cameron RELEASED From Solitary Confinement! Did His Dad's Emmys Speech Do The Trick?

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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:

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Michael Douglas' Son Is Serving Time In Solitary Confinement!

How unfortunate.

Michael Douglas' son, Cameron is currently serving a 10-year sentence in Loretto, Pa., but after he failed a routine drug test this month, he was placed in solitary confinement!!

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Michael Lohan Could Get 4 YEARS In Jail For His Many Charges!

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Unlike Lindsay, it sounds like Michael WON'T be set free after 4.5 hours

Last we heard from Michael Lohan, he was locked away in solitary confinement after being arrested twice in one week!

Now, he's officially been charged with the following for his two most recent arrests:

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Michael Lohan Is In Solitary Confinement Until Next Court Date.

Filed under: Legal MattersMichael Lohan

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Here's hoping he's using the opportunity to have a long, hard look at himself and what he's done to his family.

Unfortunately, we doubt it!

As we all know, Michael Lohan was arrested last week for attacking and threatening the life of his girlfriend, Kate Major, and then once again two days later when he ignored the court's orders and contacted her, only to try to escape from police by jumping off a third floor balcony and injuring his leg, and now, until his next court date on November 9th, he's stuck in solitary confinement!

According to Hillsborough County Sheriff spokesperson

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Lil Wayne And Paris Hilton Talk Collaboration, Jail Time, And More

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While speaking with Paris Hilton for Interview Magazine, Lil Wayne opened up on a bunch of subjects, including the possibility of a Weezy/Hilton collaboration.

Here are some excerpts from the interview…

Lil Wayne and Paris on a potential collaboration in Paris' upcoming album:

HILTON: Well, if you would be on the album, then I would be honored. That would be the sickest thing. We should get each other’s phone numbers so we can call each other after the interview or text or something.

WAYNE: Cool. Sounds good.

Lil Wayne and Paris on solitary confinement in prison:

WAYNE: For me it was okay, because it just meant that I was alone with my thoughts.

HILTON: I had to do 24 nights in solitary.

Lil' Wayne and Paris on their career goals for the year:

WAYNE: "I want to bank a cool $50 million at least. At the end of this year, I want to be able to say that I banked $50 million. Not generated $50 million, but actually banked $50 million."

HILTON: "I’d really love to finish my album, because I’ve been working on it for so long…I’d also love to just continue doing my businesses, and be more confrontational with people…"

Quite the pair! We're especially intrigued by the possibility of a collaboration.

Paris and Weezy? VERY inneresting…

Would U like to hear Paris Hilton and Lil Wayne collaborate on a new track?

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Lil' Wayne Opens Up About Jail

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Wow. Regardless of how you feel about him, this is definitely going to be a fascinating read

The latest issue of Rolling Stone features an article with Lil' Wayne, who opened up for the first time about the eight months he spent behind bars at Riker's Island, his job there as a suicide prevention aid, and how he kept himself busy!

According to Weezy, he became so good at Uno that the other inmates didn't want to play with him anymore!

He explains:

"I'd bust a n***a's ass at Uno. We gamble for phone time. I'd take n***a's commissary: Lemme get them cookies, lemme get them chips, get that soup. They'd be like, 'Oh, we thought you were asleep.' Like you can't look inside my cell and see that I'm right there! We ain't got no doors!"

The rapper also revealed that he read a variety of biographies, on artists like Jimi Hendrix, Anthony Kiedis, Joan Jett, and Marvin Gaye…before turning his focus to the Bible:

"[Kiedis'] Scar Tissue was really good. I also read the Bible for the first time. It was deep! I liked the parts where some character was once this, but he ended up being that. Like he'd be dissing Jesus, and then he ends up being a saint. That was cool."

Finally, he opened up his worst month there, which happened to be his last, because he got stuck in solitary confinement for being caught with an iPod charger in his room. He also had a watch with an mp3 player on it, but was lucky enough to have another inmate pretend that it was his so Weezy wouldn't get in any more trouble.

He says:

"He was a solid n***a. Shout-out to Charles…Solitary was the worst. No TV. No radio. No commissary. Basically you're in there 23 hours a day."

Despite the light tone in which he talks about his time, we sense that the entire experience has really changed his outlook on quite a bit, and we're very interested to see if it manifests itself in the next material he produces.

Thoughts??

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Sorry T.I., But You're SUPPOSED To Not Like Prison

Filed under: Music MinuteBusted!Lil WayneT.I.

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We know it's tough, T.I., but at least you're not in solitary confinement like Lil Wayne!

T.I.'s peeps have posted the following message on the rapper's website on his behalf:

"I don' t know what effect this will have on my life moving forward but I'm certainly sick and mother f*cking tired of going to jail, juve, prison, the pen, correctional facilities or whatever else you want to call it.

This experience is truly a pain I have never felt before and that's saying a lot for a nigga who's been down locked up as many times as I have. I see this as a real ass whoopin'. The kind you don't just go back outside to play afterwards. You take ya ass to bed and don't come out of your room until it's time to go to school.

I don' t know what effect this will have on my life moving forward but I'm certainly sick and mother f*cking tired of going to jail, juve, prison, the pen, correctional facilities or whatever else you want to call it. I'd have been better off doing a 5-10 year bid one time than going in time and time again for days, weeks and months for the last 15 years of my life.

Even though it's been a long road, I'm still standing, barely but nevertheless still standing. At one time I thought my motivation for continuing was for my fans, my partna Philant, my pops, my grandmama, even for the haters or the people I let down. But nah… I got to do this shit for me!!! I'll be God damned if I've come all this way and made it through so much hell to let it go down like this! F*ck that! If an hour in the dark is worth a second in the sun then pass me my mother f*ckin' shades cause I'm ready to cash my darkest hours in…ASAP!!!

A lot of folks had fathers or father figures in the house to raise them into manhood. I'm not trying to make any excuses for my situation but my father was a hustler that lived in New York. My uncle was a local big time dope boy turned 10 year federal inmate.

My mother and grandparents did the best they could but I found my manhood in the trap and in prison systems. But I found it. And nan one of mine will ever have to feel the cold tight grip of a handcuff or grace the presence of a jail cell if I can help it.

Over my dead body!

So if you can't respect that you ain't rocking with my movement then F*ck you dog! I know a bunch of mother f*ckers who are…..

- Love KING"

We hope what you're saying is true and this is your last time in jail, T.I. Looks like you've still got the majority of your 11 month sentence to think about it.

Weezy made it through his prison sentence…we think you can do it as well!

What do U think about T.I.'s statement from prison? Will this be his last jail sentence?

[Image via WENN.]

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