Juvenile Avoids Jail for Marijuana Possession
Former Cash Money rapper Juvenile pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana last week, but will not serve jail time.
Juve was arrested in February of 2009, after neighbors complained to police about the smell of marijuana smoke coming from his home in Arabi, Louisiana. The rapper's front door was reportedly left open, and a quick search by police turned up a small amount of marijuana.
Juvenile, 34, was charged with marijuana possession, a misdemeanor, along with producer Leroy Edwards, 42, who later claimed the weed was his. After pleading guilty, Juvenile was sentenced to 6 months of probation, fined $250 and required to pay court costs.
Juvenile's latest album 'Beast Mode' is in stores now.