Jorge Nava Sentenced to Prison After Marijuana Arrest

Early this year, 90 Day Fiance star Jorge Nava was arrested with a massive amount of marijuana.

He makes his money from legal pot, but at the time, he was in Arizona.

Now, he and Anfisa have revealed, he has been sentenced to more than two years behind bars.

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In an interview with TMZ, Jorge Nava explains why he made a plea deal rather than fighting for his day in court.

"When I first started," Jorge says. "With the charges against me, I was looking at like 24 years or something like that, some ridiculous number."

Well, it's not like there's a reasonable number of years to lose from your life because of a naughty plant, but like one-third of the average lifespan is … evil.

"But luckily my lawyer was able to work out a plea agreement," Jorge says. "I ended up pleading to a Class 4 felony in Arizona."

The plea deal is better than what he had been facing for transporting 300 pounds of pot, but it's a far cry from probation and a stern warning.

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Jorge has been sentenced to two-and-a-half years behind bars. One tenth of the time he might have spent, but still a very long time.

"I feel like it’s really harsh of a penalty for the crime," Jorge tells TMZ. "Just because it’s marijuana-related."

"And," Jorge reminds everyone. "Right now it’s going legal in a lot of states.”

“It’s actually medically legal in Arizona," Jorge points out. "I just feel like going to prison over the same stuff that’s legal is kind of crazy to me."

Weird to think that crossing an imaginary line with one type of plant in your car can ruin your life.

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Anfisa posted a video about Jorge's legal battle. We've included the video, but Anfisa wants everyone to know that the video does not tell the whole story.

"Hi guys…" Anfisa wrote after uploading the video.

"I was finishing editing this video after I found the actual outcome," Anfisa reveals. "And I’m shocked by what Jorge got."

This is a woman whose husband is going to prison.

"PS," she adds. "I actually made a mistake in the end. He got 2.5 years."

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To rub salt in the wound, Jorge laments that he could have avoided prison time.

"[My lawyer] told me if I didn’t have an priors, I would have probably got probation,” Jorge says.

“I would have been a first-time offender in Arizona," he shares. "But, I had two previous convictions for cultivation of marijuana."

It wasn't that long ago that marijuana was illegal in California — and the rest of the country.

"Just to set that straight; that’s my criminal record," Jorge makes clear. "I’ve never done anything else. I’ve never even had a DUI."

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Judge Billy Sipe clearly did not see things Jorge's way.

Jorge's attorney implored the court to consider his client's "young age" when ruling on his sentence.

Jorge is, last we checked, 26. That's not old, exactly, but not generally an age where courts choose leniency as they might for a teenager.

Desperate, his attorney even asked the judge to take into account Jorge's "job in the television industry." Yeah, that did not work, either.

Judge Sipe gave Jorge the maximum sentence behind bars that the deal that he had reached with prosectors would allow.

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Many fans don't particularly like Jorge — or Anfisa, for that matter. But it's one thing to dislike a man. It's quite another to want him to lose years off of his life.

But like him, hate him, or feel sorry for him, some fans have to ask: does this mean the end of Jorge and Anfisa on 90 Day Fiance?

It might. Producers may decide that Jorge and Anfisa are old news, and that Jorge's imprisonment makes involving him in the show too difficult.

But if producers are smart, they'll recognize that Anfisa and Jorge are polarizing enough for it to be worth the extra effort.

Plenty of shows do interviews with people who are behind bars. 90 Day Fiance doesn't have to be any different.

That is assuming that Jorge and Anfisa still want to be on camera — and still want to remain a couple. Prison can really change a marriage.

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Kieffer Delp, Ex-Boyfriend of Jenelle Evans, Sentenced for Running a Meth Lab

Call us crazy, but we’re starting to think that Jenelle Evans has bad taste in men.

This is not a story about the many issues of that Teen Mom 2 star for once, however.

But instead a story of one of those men made famous by his associations with Evans.

On Wednesday afternoon, Kieffer Delp was sentenced to 18-36 months in prison for his role in allegedly running a meth lab.

Delp agreed to serve this time in a state correctional facility in exchange for a guilty plea.

He will be credited, however, for the past few months in which he was already jailed, following his arrest in January on these drugs charges.

As The Hollywood Gossip reported in detail at the time, Delp was arrested in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania on January 10.

The man who formerly made love to Jenelle was charged at the time with the following crimes:

  • Operating a methamphetamine lab.
  • Possession with intent to deliver.
  • Possession of substances for methamphetamine.
  • Waste in manufacture of methamphetamine and possession and prohibited acts.

Delp is known to MTV viewers and reality TV fans in general for having made a number of Teen Mom 2 appearances back when he dated Evans.

Police Chief Richard Deliman fof McKees Rocks Police Department told Radar Online back in January that authorities “received complaints there was a meth lab operated out of an apartment” and there was “a strong chemical smell.”

Hence why they served Delp with a search warrant on the above date and then made their discovery.

Delp, whose up-and-down romance with Jenelle was depicted on the first four seasons of Teen Mom 2, has been arrested multiple times for various drug charges, including once with Evans herself.

The then-couple were taken into custody years ago for breaking and entering and for drug possession in North Carolina.

These charges were eventually dropped.

Jenelle, to her credit (we guess?), has since moved on in the relationship department.

She’s now to married David Eason (since September of 2017), with whom she shared a daughter.

The veteran MTV star has yet to comment on Delp’s latest legal troubles, but she  last spoke publicly about the relationship during a December MTV special titled Teen Mom 2: The Ex Files.

On this special, Delp claimed he didn’t do “hard drugs anymore.”

And this may be true.

He may have simply moved on to manufacturing the drugs instead.

As you can see above, meanwhile, Delp is far from alone in terms of being a Teen Mom 2 cast member who has run afoul of the law.

Just this summer, Ryan Edwards, another ex of another long-time Teen Mom, was also arrested for the umpteenth time.

Let’s hope both of these non-gentlemen have learned their lessons.


Ryan Edwards: SENTENCED on Heroin Charges! Released From Jail!

Just about every time we bring you new news about Teen Mom OG star Ryan Edwards, it has to do with a new round of misfortunes for Maci Bookout's troubled ex.

So in a sense, this is a refreshing change of pace.

Today, we can update you on some good news for Ryan … well, sort of.

You see, Edwards was released from jail today after spending the past week behind bars.

Unfortunately, that short-term victory precedes what's likely to be a series of crushing defeats for Edwards.

Here's what we know about the situation so far:

1. Another Brush With the Law

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Edwards was arrested for the third time in just over a year last week after allegedly violating the terms of his probation.

2. The Downward Spiral

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Ryan’s legal troubles began back in March of 2017 when he arrested on heroin possession charges.

3. Strike Two

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Less than a year later, Edwards was arrested again, this time for failing a court-ordered drug test.

4. No More Second Chances

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As a result of his continued probation violations, Edwards was held in police custody after he arrested for a third time on July 23.

5. A Stroke of Luck

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It was originally reported that Ryan would remain behind bars until his August 6 court date, but today things went Edwards’ way for a change.

6. Free at Last

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According to Radar Online, Edwards was released from Hamilton County Jail in Tennessee at around 2 am this morning.

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Wynonna Judd: Daughter Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison

Wynonna Judd’s troubled 22-year-old daughter is once again in trouble with the law.

This time, her daughter has been sentenced to eight years in prison.

Grace Pauline Kelley is Wynonna Judd’s 22-year-old daughter.

Her father is Arch Kelley, who was Wynonna’s first husband.

She has been sentenced to eight years in prison. She has been serving her sentence since April.

Grace is currently in Henning, Tennessee where she is behind bars at the West Tennessee State Penitentiary.

She is not scheduled for release until August 10, 2025.

She will, at least, be eligible for parole as early as February 4, 2019. But, given her history, it is unclear if she is likely to be paroled.

According to RadarOnline, Grace was arrested for leaving a court-mandated drug recovery program early.

The premature departure was a violation of her parole.

The order for her arrest was issued in November of 2017.

This stems from months earlier, in May of 2017, when Grace pleaded guilty to meth manufacture, delivery, sale, and possession with intent in Williamson County Court.

In addition, Grace was also charged with the manufacture and delivery of methamphetamines in the neighboring Maury County.

In that case, Grace pleaded guilty to the lesser charge — possession of meth.

Grace had been ordered to serve 11 months and 29 days in prison, but was instead gifted with a suspended sentence.

She had an enviable opportunity — to serve her sentence on probation after spending only 30 days behind bars and then 180 days in an in-house rehab program.

Unfortunately, it appears that Gracd squandered her parole and will instead spend a great deal of time behind bars. At the earliest, she will still serve for months and months.

She was also ordered to pay a fine of $ 3,092.50. Given that her balance due is now reportedly $ 3,273.50, it appears that she has not attempted to resolve that.

This past year or so is not Grace Pauline Kelley’s first time running into trouble with the law.

In December of 2015, she was arrested in the parking lot of a Walgreens in Nashville, Tennessee.

Months later, she was charged with promotion of meth manufacture.

She was able to plead guilty to the lesser charge of possession of meth, but that’s still … not great. In fact, it’s genuinely worrisome.

She was also arrested in Alabama as a “fugitive from justice.”

Many people read this story with confusion, wondering how this could have happened.

Wynonna Judd has a net worth of about $ 20 million. They wonder how she could fail to help her daughter.

We don’t know the ins and outs of this family, but we know that family life can be complicated. Sometimes, people take a while before they’re prepared to actually accept help.

If Grace is an addict, which some might infer from her criminal history, then there may be some major trust issues between mother and daughter that make it difficult for Wynonna to help. Addicts lie.

Some wonder if Wynonna has simply cut off contact with her young adult daughter in response to this criminal behavior and perhaps as a result of past misdeeds related to meth, but that is all speculation.

We hope that, perhaps behind bars, Grace can get the help that she clearly needs.


Ryan Edwards Sentenced For Latest Arrest: Will He Do Time?

Back in March, Ryan Edwards was arrested for a probation violation. 

Now, as Teen Mom legal entanglements go, that one might sound pretty minor.

But for Ryan, it’s just the latest in a long line of brushes with the law, and it looks as though police in Edwards’ hometown are determined to make this his very last chance.

According to Radar Online, Edwards appeared in court Monday morning with his long-suffering wife, Mackenzie Standifer, 

Photographs of Edwards show him looking ill at ease as he entered the courtroom, and with good reason.

A judge easily could have thrown the book at Edwards and had tossed in jail then and there.

But amazingly, the 30-year-old reality star yet again got off relatively easy.

“Ryan got six months probation and five public work days,” a source close to the situation tells Radar.

“He has random drug tests in between,” the insider adds.

That may sound like a slap on the wrist, but Ryan’s punishment is structured so that if he messes up again, he’s sure to wind up behind bars.

Edwards’ legal woes began when he was arrested for possession of heroin back in March of 2017.

During a routine traffic stop police found 14 syringes and nearly 2 grams of heroin in Edwards’ car.

Edwards got off with a suspended sentence, and not long after he married Mackenzie Standifer in June of last year, Ryan checked into rehab.

Unfortunately, he left treatment early and began using again almost immediately.

Still, those who knew Ryan best were optimistic about his ability to get back on the right track.

In March of 2018, however, Edwards failed a court-ordered drug test, testing positive for opiates.

He was once again taken into police custody, this time as a result of a petition to revoke his probation.

Now, Ryan has had another six months added onto his probation, and his family is said to be deeply concerned about his ability to keep his nose clean.

On top of the criminal penalties he’s suffered, Ryan’s latest arrest is sure to hurt his ongoing custody battle with Maci Bookout.

Currently, Edwards is not allowed to see his son, Bentley, due to allegations that he threatened the boy’s stepfather.

Ryan is currently expecting a child with Mackenzie Standifer, who’s due to deliver a boy in October.

Watch Teen Mom OG online for more on one of reality TV’s most troubled figures.