Tom Sizemore Arrested Again for Drugs at Traffic Stop

Tom Sizemore Arrested Again for Drugs at Traffic Stop

COPS ARREST TOM SIZEMORE FOR DRUGS AGAIN IN CALIFORNIA

This is really bad news if you’re a Tom Sizemore fan.  I first liked him when I saw the now classic, Reservoir Dogs.  I’ve also enjoyed him in a host of things ever since.  Yet I did notice that there were periods of time where he appeared in nothing.  But there’s a reason for that.  But now it seems that there is not a wagon big enough that Tom can stay on.  Police recently arrested Sizemore at a traffic stop in Burbank, California.  And, unfortunately, it was for suspected drug possession.  Again.  Can you hear me now, Tom?  This sucks.

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POLICE PULLED SIZEMORE OVER IN TRAFFIC STOP, FOUND DRUGS IN CAR

Police pulled Sizemore over as his Mercedes-Benz E350 as missing its license plate.  But the registration tag for his rear plate was also expired.  Come on, dude.  You can’t even keep your car up to date?  But when officers searched the car, they found methamphetamine and heroin.  That’s really, really bad.  Police also arrested a passenger traveling in the car with Sizemore for suspicion of misdemeanor possession.  Both Sizemore and his unidentified friend posted bail and are out.  Meanwhile, the Burbank City Attorney’s Office is reviewing the case.

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But this isn’t Sizemore’s first issue with drugs, nor with the police arresting him.  His issues with addiction are so well known it’s now been forever since his 2007 VH1 docu-series, Shooting Sizemore.  The series focused on his trying to get his career back after years of his struggling with drug use and addiction.  But of his many brushes with The Man, his arrest and sentence of six months behind bars in 203 stands out.  What did he do?  He beat up his then beau Heidi Fleiss, the “Hollywood Madam.”  So don’t be surprised if you don’t see Tom suiting up in any roles for a while.  It could be a long while, if ever.

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