20 Musical Mug Shots

From Joplin to Weiland

 and Remember

"DON'T DROP THE SOAP JIMMY"

 

 

 20.MARILYN MANSON

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Marilyn Manson was booked as Brian Hugh Warner, his real name, on a charge of criminal sexual misconduct in July 2001 after doing the grind on the head of a male security guard during a concert. He ultimately pled down to a $4,000 fine.

 19.Kurt Cobian

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Kurt Cobain was charged in May 1986 with trespassing while intoxicated in Aberdeen, Wash. He'd been arrested there for vandalism a year earlier.

 18.JIM MORRISON

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Jim Morrison was charged in September 1963 with petty larceny (for stealing a cop’s helmet and umbrella), disturbing the peace, resisting arrest and public drunkenness.

 17.JAMES BROWN

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Sentenced to six and one-half years in a South Carolina prison for his interstate car chase and numerous drug, firearms and assault offenses in 1988

16.FRANK SINATRA

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Frank Sinatra was arrested in 1938 on charges of adultery and seduction,the charge of adultery was later dismissed

 15. Johnny Cash

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Cash was arrested on May 11, 1965, in Starkville, Mississippi, for trespassing at 2am onto private property to pick flowers.

 14.Prince

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 THIS NEVER HAPPNED, IT'S JUST URBAN LEGEND PHOTOSHOOT

 13.Ozzy Osbourne

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Ozzy Osbourne was arrested in May 1984 by Memphis police. He was described as having been "staggering drunk" on Beale Street.

 13. Gerry Garcia

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      Garcia was arrested in 1988 on two counts of possession of narcotics and one count of paraphernalia possession, Deputy Sheriff Greg Eatmon said, hewas released after posting $7,250 bail,

 12. David Bowie

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Bowie was arrested after a performance at 2:25am on March 21, 1976, after a performance in Rochester, New York. About half a pound of marijuana was confiscated by the police.

 11.Jack White

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Jack was charged with aggravated assault after a December 2003 fight with Von Bondies singer Jason. White pled to a lesser charge and was sentenced to anger management classes.

10.Billie Joel Armstrong

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Billie Joel was booked after failing a field sobriety test administered by Berkeley, Calif., police in January of 2003. He paid a fine, and was featured in an ad campaign against drunk drivers.

9. Axl Rose

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Axl Rose was arrested on four assault counts and one count of damage to property in July 1992 after police say he stoked a riot at a St. Louis concert by Guns 'N' Roses.

8.Janis Joplin

vinceneilfornewsiteJanis Joplin was charged with disorderly conduct after cursing police during a November 1969 concert in Tampa. Her actions were later deemed free speech.

 

7.Jim Morrison

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Jim Morrison was charged in September 1963 with petty larceny (for stealing a cop’s helmet and umbrella), disturbing the peace, resisting arrest and public drunkenness.

6.Mick Jagger

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Mick Jagger poses in 1967, after being arrested on a narcotics charge. Rolling Stones bandmate Keith Richards was also collared in the raid.

5.Scott Weiland

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Scott Weiland was arrested by Las Vegas police in November 2001 and charged with battering his wife.

4.David Crosby

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David Crosby, then 40, was charged by Dallas police with drug and gun possession in April 1982. He ended up serving 11 months in a Texas state prison.

3.Steven Tyler

 

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A very youthful Steven Tyler was arrested for possession of pot in March 1967 by police in Yonkers, N.Y.

2.Sid Vicious

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The Sex Pistols' Sid Vicious was charged by New York City police with murdering girlfriend Nancy Spungen in December 1978. He overdosed before the trial.

1.Vince Neil

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Motley Crue singer Vince Neil was arrested by the Las Vegas Police Department in 2010 on suspicion of drunk driving.

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