• Let's just say he won't be the one getting to hang other guys from hooks on the ceiling.
  • i am not belongs to ur country but i just say if he is wrong guilty and want to be a better men they will not feel any trouble
  • Oh dear...
  • no way im totally bummed
  • "Really?!!Wow!!I didn't know that!!Say No To Drugs!!That's why he's there!!"
  • aww poor fella, well at least he will be around fella's that will probably appreciate him & want beauty tips from him. Or they may roughen him up. Heck look at what a great come back Martha made after her lock up situation she's better now then she ever was. Maybe he'll do the same.
  • Super, and he will get sex
  • Given that he was sent there for imprisoning someone, it seems that the sentence plays to his predelictions - so he might well enjoy it.
  • Finally a celeb is found guilty and will go to jail. Sorry, BG. You got caught.
  • like a kid in a candy store
  • Who knows? I think he may even enjoy it....even without the drugs. I doubt he will be celled near any "long-termers", though.
  • He will have fun. He just won't sit down much.
  • He is very tall so he may just stand on anyone who gives him a difficult time.
  • I think he'll be uttering "Do you really want to hurt me?" a bit more...
  • I think he'll lose his mind among the hardened criminals and come out of jail with 18" biceps and a penchant for torture. He'll most likely emerge around 250lbs of pure muscle and go on a male raping spree in downtown Waterloo, Iowa. I could be wrong, though.
  • Well, he doesn't seem to be managing very well anywhere else; at least he'll get clean for awhile.
  • Some way - or other.
  • This is a little different from sweeping the streets. I guess the tables will be turned on him.
  • He certainly has to pay for his crime, but I hope he does not get some problems himself. Maybe it could help him against drug addiction. Maybe he could also become free somewhat earlier. 1) "On 5 December 2008, Boy George was convicted in Snaresbrook Crown Court, London, of assaulting and falsely imprisoning a Norwegian 28-year-old male prostitute in his home in East London. The court heard that O'Dowd handcuffed Audun Carlsen to a wall and beat him with a metal chain as he tried to escape from the flat in Shoreditch, after a nude photography session. On 16 January 2009, he was sentenced to 15 months imprisonment for this offence. Passing sentence, the judge said that George's attack had left the victim "shocked, degraded and humiliated". Initially sent to HMP Pentonville in London, he is now serving his sentence at HMP Edmunds Hill in Newmarket, Suffolk (a category C prison)." Source and further information: 2) "Male adult prisoners (those aged 21 or over) are given a security categorisation soon after they enter prison. These categories are based on a combination of the type of crime committed, the length of sentence, the likelihood of escape, and the danger to the public if they did escape. The four categories are: Category A prisoners are those whose escape would be highly dangerous to the public or national security Category B prisoners are those who do not require maximum security, but for whom escape needs to be made very difficult Category C prisoners are those who cannot be trusted in open conditions but who are unlikely to try to escape Category D prisoners are those who can be trusted not to try to escape, and are given the privilege of an open prison. Prisoners at 'D Cat' (as it is commonly known) prisons, are, subject to approval, given ROTL (Release On Temporary Licence) to work in the community or to go on 'home leave' once they have passed their FLED (Full Licence Eligibility Dates), which is usually a quarter of the way through the sentence." Source and further information: 3) "JAILED Boy George could be free after just four months of his 15-month sentence. The singer has already been moved to a “soft” prison. George, 47, was sentenced last week for the false imprisonment of a male escort he shackled to a wall and beat with a chain. But he has already left London’s tough Pentonville Prison for category C Edmunds Hill in Newmarket, Suffolk. A jail insider claimed the disgraced star, real name George O’Dowd, was being fast-tracked because of his celebrity status. The insider said: “It is amazing how quick he was processed.” George is entitled to be considered for early release on a tag and under curfew in April. There have been claims he could have been targeted by some lags because he is gay. The source said: “Prisoners knew about his sexuality and some were overheard talking about attacking him.” Last night a prison service spokesman insisted: “No prisoner receives special treatment. “It is normal practice for prisoners to be moved from one establishment to another — prisoners are held in the most appropriate location, based on a number of factors.” The former Culture Club singer will be eligible for freedom on parole in August if his earlier release is blocked." Source and further information:
  • He already looks pretty weathered but by the time he gets out, I think he will look like Grandpa George.

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