Mitchel Musso AVOIDS JAIL TIME!

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Hannah Montana star Mitchel Musso, 20, has avoided possible jail time in his drunk driving case after agreeing to pay a fine and enroll in an alcohol education class, reports TMZ. He was preparing to head to trial over an arrest in Burbank, California for reportedly failing a breathalyser test in October and faced up to six months behind bars and a $1,000 fine after recently pleading..

..not guilty to two counts of driving while drunk, Mitchel made a deal and pleaded no contest to a lesser charge of having a blood alcohol level over the legal limit of 0.08. He was sentenced to 36 months of informal probation, ordered to pay a fine and must complete an alcohol awareness course.

  • Anonymous

    well i think he is ugly too now, but still love his acting and music. but he used to be so cute too… :(

  • Anonymous

    OMG he looks 12 in the first pic.

  • Anonymous

    Why does it say ‘lonely’ on the first photo of him haha did he edit that in himself? If so that is so lame

  • entertainmentlove

    gosh he is ugly as fuck now poor mitchel :(

  • Live.Love.Learn.

    Another celeb that gets off the hook for something they shouldn’t….great..

  • Anonymous

    gosh he is ugly as fuck now poor mitchel :(

    get off oceanup ya dirty hamster!

  • jonatic4eva

    gosh he is ugly as fuck now poor mitchel :(
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    another person who is only interested in cute faces…the talent doesn’t mind uh?

  • Anonymous

    When are people going to get it through their heads that after alcohol classes people go out and get a drink or 5 and after driver’s ed classes people will do crap on the road, anyway?!

  • l?veislouder

    Feb 11, 2012 @ 09:20 am
    Live.Love.Learn. said:
    Another celeb that gets off the hook for something they shouldn’t….great..
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    well, that’s actually a typical result of what happens to a first-time offender. he doesn’t have a record, and no one ever wants to go through the hassle of a trial, so it easier to plead down to a lesser a charge and avoid jail time. everyone wins, it’s settled faster, and no one is thrown in prison, which should be reserved for high-offense criminals.