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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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Marianne Faithful: "Drug Possesion"
This drug bust that happened was when she was with the Rolling Stones and when the police searched the home, she was only wearing a fur rug.
Paul Warren
Marilyn Manson: "Something stupid"
In 2001 he was charged for criminal sexual assault after rubbing his pelvis on the head of a security guard.
Marilyn Monroe: "Driving without license"
I read she was arrested and convicted for driving without license.
Max Collins: "Indecent Exposure"
The buck naked singer/bassist of Eve 6 strode up to the hotel's front desk around 11:45 p.m. Monday evening to ask for shaving cream, according to accounts by hotel employees. Only after he turned around to leave did they notice that Collins had taken the name of the 20,000-population town literally. "He didn't seem to care that he was naked," the police report said. The offense carries a penalty of up to two years in jail and a $5,000 fine, but authorities expect Collins, who posted bail and was released from the Allegheny County Jail on Tuesday, to pay a small fine. "He was totally cooperative and respectful with our officers," Capt. McCarthy said. "We had no problem with this young man ... other than his behavior." source:
Merion "Suge" Knight: "Probation Violations"
Stemming from the shooting incident which caused the death of Tupac Shakur. At the time he wasn't allowed to leave the state of California due to a dangling incident that involved rapper Vanilla Ice.
Merle Haggard: "Robbery"
Haggard served 3 years in San Quentin for robbing a Bakersfield tavern. Prior to that, he served time for theft and battery. Haggard was subsequently pardoned by then-California governor Ronald Reagan.
Todd W. Zimmerman
Michael Jackson: "Sexual Molestation Of A Child"
In 1993 a young boy and his mother came forward with allegations that Michael Jackson had molested him while he was being entertained at his Neverland Ranch. 10 years later another boy came forward with similar allegations. The second set of charges were dropped due to a lack of evidence but Michael's reputation as a child advocate has been tarnished.
Mick Jagger: "Assault"
In 1972 he was arrested for assault and obstructing justice after a fight with a photographer. He plead guilty and after that, all charges were dropped.
Mick Jagger: "Drug Possesion"
The police raided The Rolling Stones house and Marianne Faithful was there as well only wearing a fur rug.
Paul Warren
My Chemical Romance: "Cancelling a Show"
sometime in November, My Chem had to cancel a show at a university because Bob [Bryar, drums] was injured. The University sued My Chem for this, even though the law clearly states that if a musician has to cancel for illness or injury it's perfectly fine. My Chem paid the university, and offered to play again in the spring there, but the college turned them down stating "they won't let it happen again."

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