Insane Clown Posse

August 15, 2010 by Post Team 

Insane Clown Posse, The arrests. Trolling for sex in public parks. At this point is clear enough: George Michael topics beyond his love to smoke more marijuana than Mischa Barton, James Franco and the Insane Clown Posse combined.

“People want to see me as something tragic,” Michael told British newspaper The Guardian last year. “I think that eliminates the envy of people to see their weaknesses. Not even see them as more weaknesses. It’s just who I am.”

We yearn for the day when Michael’s name will not appear with the words “found behind the wheel dropped down beside him. Meanwhile, we wonder: No arrests Michael has some relationship to the music he makes? The answer: Type!

Michael has not released an album of new material since 2004 so it is hard to say, but compared to his arrest record with real records, and came up with the following:

The incident: At 98, Michael is arrested in a public restroom in a park in Beverly Hills on charges of “participating in a lewd act” with a male undercover officer.

Legal consequences: Michael paid a fine, do 80 hours of community service.

The aftermath musical: Michael released “Out”, a song about how that was employed (sample lyrics: “I would like to serve the community / But I have”). The video shows Michael in a bathroom turned into a nightclub, dressed as police.

The incident: In February 2006, Michael was found slumped over the wheel of his car in London and was arrested for possession of a “Class C” substance (in England, including marijuana and painkillers).

The legal implications: It is a warning from the police.

The aftermath musical: Michael tells reporters: “I will not make a record of it, although it is tempting.”

(More Michael crime wave of a man, after the jump)

The incident: In October 2006, Michael was found slumped over the wheel of his Mercedes in Cricklewood, London. Pot is in the car.

The legal consequences: 100 hours of community service, a ban on driving for two years.

The musical sequels: The next month, Michael released the greatest hits package “Twenty Five”, with the new track “An Easier Affair.” Sample lyrics: “You better believe that I will get what’s mine / See I do not have the time / To those who hate.”

The incident: In August 2009, Michael was arrested for drunk driving after smashing his Range Rover into the back of a truck on a British road.

The legal consequences: No charges are filed.

The aftermath musical: Michael releases a Christmas single, “Song of December.” Sample lyrics: “Maybe you are gone / I went a little crazy.”

The incident: Michael runs a Range Rover in Snappy Snaps photo shop in Hampstead, England. Charged with marijuana possession and driving under the influence.

The legal consequences: He is due in court Aug. 24, and could face prison sentences, but most likely is that Lindsay Lohan jail time-type, not actual, jail time.

The aftermath music: to be determined.

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