The Smoking Gun has Phil Spector‘s most recent booking photo, and unfortunately for the convicted murdered, “Unlike his prior booking photo sessions, Spector was not allowed to wear a wig, per state prison regulations.” Yipes.
The Smoking Gun has the 1969 mug shot of Janis Joplin who was arrested in Florida and “charged with disorderly conduct after yelling obscenities at police officers during a Tampa concert.” Charges were later dropped.
The Smoking Gun has a collection of mug shots featuring rock and roll t-shirts. On the following 19 pages, the accused seem to be partial to artists like Slayer, Tupac Shakur, AC/DC, and the Rolling Stones. And while no Clay Aiken fans make an appearance, Garth Brooks and Elton John represent the easier listening crowd. … Continue reading Disorderly Partying
The Smoking Gun has dug up Jimi Hendrix’s 1969 Mug Shot from a bust at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport after “customs inspectors found heroin and hashish in his luggage.” Acquitted!
Johnny Cash’s mugshot from a 1965 drug bust.
Why isn’t the guy from Creed wearing a shirt in his mugshot?