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'Prison Break' Star Faces Actual Jail Time

lgarrison.jpgTalk about life imitating art. Prison Break star Lane Garrison might actually head to jail- this time for real. Garrison, who played David "Tweener" Apolskis on Break until his untimely demise earlier this season, was involved in a car crash last December which killed a 17-year-old boy and injured two 15-year-old girls. reports that Garrison decided to plead guilty to vehicular manslaughter and drunk driving. Now he could face more than six years in prison! We'll find out his sentence at the end of the summer.

This news is in stark contrast to his lawyer Harland Braun's initial comments after the wreck. Braun originally said his client could have been drugged at a party or the brakes on his Land Rover may have been faulty.

According to, the 26-year-old has a very short resume, starring in two television shows and only 4 movies, including this year's Shooter with Mark Wahlberg. --Chris Sardelli

Posted by Chris on May 21, 2007 4:30 PM
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that dude is stupid. BUT< I have not yet read what the lawyer or defendant said , and what was that about his range rover? it had bad brakes. aha. well I need to read that to see what the frame was and who is messing with that. actors have lots of money and there could be one of the people out to get him for a variety fo reasons. lets find out.

-- Posted by: mike at October 18, 2008 11:12 PM

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