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As long as there's been music, there have been musicians who get into trouble with the law.

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Gary Glitter: "Child Abuse and Molestation"
He had a record of having relationships of teenage girls and downloads of it between the years of 1997 and 2005. Now his song 'Rock and Roll part two' isn't played at stadiums because of the controversy.
Paul Warren
George Harrison: "Drug Use"
Was caught in the same drug bust that Donovan, John Lennon, Marianne Faithfull and other British rockers were in.
KL Fan
George Michael: "Sexual Misconduct"
Michael was arrested for "performing a lewd sexual act" with a male police officer at a public toilet in Beverly Hills in 1998. His video, "Outside" was based on the alleged incident.
Geri Halliwell: "Shoplifitng"
She was revealed to have been convicted of shoplifting before she was famous.
Glen Campbell: "drunken driving"
On November 24, 2003, Glen Campbell was arrested in Phoenix, Arizona for drunken driving. Glen was later quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle as saying, “Boy, did that scare the hell out of me. I quit drinking, I can tell you that."
Guns 'N' Roses: "Riot act"
Rose had pleaded innocent to four misdemeanor counts of assault and one count of property damage stemming from the riot that broke out during his July 2, 1991, concert at the Riverport Amphitheatre in Maryland Heights, just outside St. Louis. Videotape showed Rose diving into the concert crowd when he spotted someone with a camera, then punching a man. He then smashed his microphone on the stage and stormed off, ending the show early. Several thousand dollars' worth of property damage was reported by the outdoor theater from the ensuing riot. Gregory said he found that Rose was guilty of the charges "beyond a reasonable doubt." "Well, well, thanks to the lame ass security, I'm goin' home!" **BASH!**
Mickey D.

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