he's going to jail because he violated his parole. not because of his name. he got a second chance because of his lawyer convincing the judge that he was taking this stuff seriously and HE blew that second chance because he disrespected her courtroom. but yes...he's going to jail because of who he is and what he's done. his name, tho, has nothing to do with it. keep believing that's the case, tho, if it makes your world make sense.
Well when the attorney general of Florida says she overreacted....it pretty much proved my point. Step into a courtroom you'll be surprised what gets 30 days.