By Wonderwall Editors
Plenty of Hollywood's finest celebs have had to smile for the mug shot camera over the years. Keep clicking to see photographic evidence of some of the most (in)famous celeb arrests.
Crime: DUI, resisting arrest, and driving without a valid driver's license on Jan. 23, 2014.
The singer has been released on $2,500 bail and will most likely get his license suspended. And possibly a whole lot more! Oh, baby, baby, baby …
Crime: Probation violation in March 2013.
In March 2013, LiLo struck a deal that would allow her to enter a lockdown rehab facility for 90 days in lieu of going to jail. The road to getting her to rehab was a little bumpy — she couldn't decide which facility she wanted to be in — but she's since seemingly stayed on the straight and narrow since she was released from rehab in the fall of 2013.
Crime: Disorderly conduct after her husband, Jim Toth, was arrested for DUI in Atlanta in April 2013.
The actress paid a $313 fine while her husband of nearly three years will be on probation for 12 months, must complete 40 hours of community service and attend a program given by Mother's Against Drunk Driving.
Crime: DUI in New York on Sept. 13, 2013.
LiLo's mother has surrendered her license and has been attending substance abuse counseling.
Crime: Reckless endangerment after she threw a bong out of her apartment in New York in the spring of 2013.
In the midst of her legal woes, Amanda was placed on an involuntary hold at a psychiatric hospital. This case was dropped, but she is due in court in June 2014 for a progress report for her probation period, stemming from her DUI arrest in 2012.
Crime: Failure to pay federal income taxes.
The singer served her three-month jail sentence and was released from prison in October 2013.
Crime: DUI while in Los Angeles in 2011.
Initially, the singer struck a plea deal that put him on three months probation and ordered him to attend two months of traffic school. But after he missed a court appearance to prove that he had completed his classes, Rick was arrested and fined $1,555.
Crime: Reckless driving, after her DUI charge was dropped in 2008.
The actress was sentenced to three years informal probation, DMV driver's safety class and was fined $700.
Crime: Arrested for his second DUI in 2010.
The actor spent 96 hours in jail and two months in rehab. Additionally, the court ordered him to serve four years probation, to attend 18 months of alcohol education classes and to pay an assortment of fines.
Crime: DUI in 2005.
The Backstreet Boys singer attended AA meetings and received counseling and has since said that his punishment helped him learn a lot.
Robert Downey Jr.
Crime: Being under the influence of a controlled substance while roaming an alley in LA in 1998.
Punishment: Nothing, besides being fired from "Ally McBeal." However, he's spent about a year in a half in jail for various offenses.
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Crime: Driving under the influence in 2006.
Punishment: Three years probation, four and a half months of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings five times a week, followed by seven and a half months of meetings three times a week, three months participation in an alcohol abuse program, $1300 in fines, and license restricted for 90 days.
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Crime: Parole violation for previous DUI charge in 2007.
Punishment: 23 days in jail.
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Crime: Driving under the influence in 2002.
Punishment: Three years probation and mandatory participation in a 90-day substance abuse program.
Crime: Violated her DUI-related probation by failing to complete roadside clean-up duty and failing to enroll in an alcohol class.
Punishment: Kardashian spent 183 minutes in jail.
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Crime: Possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia after police found him dancing around in the buff and playing bongo drums at his home in 1999.
Punishment: $50 fine for a noise ordinance.
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Crime: Lewd conduct in a public place and soliciting a prostitute in 1995.
Punishment: $1,180 in fines, two years probation, and participation in an AIDS education program.
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Crime: Driving under the influence after driving the wrong way on an LA freeway in 2006.
Punishment: 82 minutes in jail, four years probation (increased to five in 2010), and required alcohol education classes. In 2003, Nicole was also arrested for heroin possession and driving with a suspended license.
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Crime: Trespassing at a Walgreens store in 2007.
Punishment: Nothing — the case was dropped. However, in 1998, Shia refused to take a Breathalyzer test after a car crash and had his license suspended for one year. That same year, he was fined $500 after a warrant was issued for his arrest after he ignored a sidewalk smoking charge.
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Crime: Pressly failed a sobriety test after being pulled over in California on Jan. 5, 2011 for a traffic violation.
Punishment: Three years' probation, alcohol education classes and a lock on her car's ignition.
Crime: Alleged child molestation.
Punishment: None — he was found not guilty by jury.
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Crime: Driving under the influence in Honolulu.
Punishment: Rodriguez was released from jail after posting $500 bail, but later received a sentence of 180 days in jail when it was discovered that she lied about completing her mandatory community service.
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Crime: DUI and driving without a valid license.
Punishment: Mischa got three years' probation as part of a plea agreement. Since she was a first-time offender, she was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine and to complete a three-month alcohol-related education class.
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Crime: Driving a Vespa scooter under the influence.
Punishment: Charges dropped after a second Breathalyzer revealed a lower blood alcohol level.
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Crime: Criminal sexual conduct after he proceeded to do the grind on the head of a security guard during a concert.
Punishment: A $4,000 fine after pleading no contest to a reduced misdemeanor.
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Crime: Driving under the influence with a blood alcohol level over the legal limit.
Punishment: Sutherland spent 48 days in jail since it was his second DUI in three years.
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Crime: Alexis Niers was arrested and charged with burglary as a member of the Bling Ring.
Crime: Speeding and driving with a suspended license in 2001.
Punishment: Nothing — the case was dropped.
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Crime: Drunken driving and cocaine possession.
Punishment: Tyson received a sentence of just 24 hours of jail and 360 hours of community service due to the fact that he checked into rehab shortly after being arrested.
Crime: Disturbing the peace for dancing in the middle of a busy road and trying to run away from the cops in 1982.
Punishment: $390 fine.
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Crime: Battery and obstruction of justice after she spat and threw glue at a beauty supply store employee who caught her using products in the bathroom in 2007.
Punishment: Forfeiture of her $1,500 bond and eventually served seven months of a year-long jail sentence for various probation violations. On July 21, 2010, Foxy was arrested for flashing her neighbor and violating a restraining order the neighbor had against her.
Crime: Possession of marijuana, a misdemeanor.
Punishment: Maximum sentence is 6 months in jail, but we doubt he'll do any time. A judge is scheduled to sentence him on August 20.
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Crime: Matthew Rutler, Christina Aguilera's boyfriend, was arrested for alleged drunk driving.
Crime: Domestic violence for allegedly pushing his wife to the floor during an argument in 2004.
Punishment: Forfeited a $1087 bond.
Crime: Andy Dick was arrested at a restaurant for allegedly being under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol.
Anna Nicole Smith
Crime: Driving under the influence in 1989.
Punishment: Two years probation.
Crime: Carrying a concealed weapon and assault (of a guy who was kissing his ex-wife) in Warren, Mich.
Punishment: Suspended jail sentence; never served time.
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Crime: Possession of marijuana and possession of Xanax and sleeping pills without a prescription.
Punishment: Jailed briefly before posting $4,000 bond. The judge dropped the charge after Culkin successfully completed probation requirements and a drug test.
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Crime: Possession of dangerous drugs, narcotics, and drug paraphernalia in 2008.
Punishment: Three years probation. However, he's currently serving eight months to one year at Rikers Island for a 2007 gun possession charge.
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Crime: Possession of marijuana in 2008.
Punishment: Spent one night in jail.
Crime: Mario was arrested for allegedly attacking his mom and leaving her in fear for her life.
Crime: Felony second-degree assault, menacing and criminal mischief against wife Brooke Mueller.
Punishment: The sentencing hearing has been delayed, but there has been talk that he is expected to serve 30 days in jail plus community service. He's still trying to hash out a plea deal that would keep him from serving any time in jail.
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Crime: Possession of narcotics in 1994.
Punishment: Six months in jail.
Crime: Allegedly stabbing a record executive at a nightclub in Manhattan.
Punishment: Originally charged with felony assault, Jay-Z ended with a reduced misdemeanor and three years' probation after pleading guilty.
Crime: Driving under the influence in 2006.
Punishment: Driver's license suspended for 90 days and a $380 fine.
Crime: Two misdemeanor counts of DUI in California on Aug. 2, 2011.
Punishment: Sam could face six months in jail and $1,000 fine if convicted.
Crime: Disturbing the peace (and kicked a police officer while he was arresting her); initially charged with possession of pills, but turns out they were vitamins.
Punishment: Released on bond; charges were dropped.
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Crime: Possession of marijuana in 1996.
Punishment: Unclear, but in 2005, she served a year and a day in prison and was fined $50,000 for perjury and conspiracy.
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Crime: Possession of a pound and a half of cocaine in 1978.
Punishment: Served 28 months of a possible three to seven year sentence.
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Crime: Probation violation on Oct. 19, 2011.
Punishment: Linds served her 30-day jail sentence in under five hours, thanks to overcrowding.
Crime: Failing to appear in court for a 2009 domestic violence incident; he was picked up by police when they were called to his home for a domestic disturbance in 2010.
Punishment: 27 hours in jail.
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Crime: Vince Neil was arrested for drunk driving.
Punishment: He was sentenced to two weeks in jail.
Crime: Public intoxication and disorderly conduct for urinating on the Alamo memorial in Texas.
Punishment: No real punishment besides spending the night in jail, but he did return to Texas later that year and donated $10,000 to the Alamo.
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Crime: "The Bachlelor" contestant Maribel Delgado was arrested and charged with drunk driving.
Crime: Driving under the influence.
Punishment: Case dismissed due to lack of evidence.
Crime: Excessive speeding for driving 106 mph on an interstate in Vermont.
Punishment: No time served, but one hefty fine.
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Crime: Jenelle Evans from "Teen Mom 2" was arrested and charged with assault after being caught on video tape.
Crime: Charged initially with domestic abuse, public drunkenness and disturbing the peace in New Orleans' French Quarter after fighting with his wife about which rental properties was theirs.
Punishment: The NOPD decided Nic's actions did not warrant a criminal charge. He was released after Dog the Bounty Hunter coughed up $11,000 on his behalf.
Crime: Lusk was cited for riding a Los Angeles metro without a buying a ticket.
Crime: Disorderly conduct, inciting a riot and assault at a Motley Crue concert in Greensboro, N.C.
Punishment: Pleaded "no contest" to the charges in 2000 (some 6 years after the incident) and received 18 months probation.
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Crime: Drunk driving and when pulled over, admitted he was on his way to get oral sex (whoops)
Punishment: Three days in jail.
Crime: Possession of marijuana, eluding police, careless and imprudent driving, and driving with a broken brake light in 2004.
Punishment: Six months probation.
Crime: Charged with conspiracy, using illegal campaign contributions and making false statements related to spending campaign money on covering up the affair secret child he had with Rielle Hunter while running for president in 2008.
Punishment: Edwards faces 30 years in jail and a $1.5 million fine if convicted.
Crime: Violating the terms of his pretrial release immediately after being arrested on domestic violence charges — by repeatedly calling Kate Major, who claimed he'd beaten her when she refused to give him oral sex.
Punishment: Two years' probation.
Crime: "Teen Mom" star Gary Shirley was arrested for sporadic driving in Indiana.
Crime: Portwood was arrested and charged with attacking her boyfriend.
Crime: Domestic battery — Mel plead no contest to hitting his then-girlfriend, Oksana Grigorieva.
Punishment: Three years' probation plus counseling.
Crime: The rapper was caught in possession of ecstacy, MDMA and marijuana after getting off a cruise ship in Miami in the summer of 2011.
Punishment: 30 hours of community service and a $2,000 charitable donation.
Crime: Speeding, running a stop sign and driving without a license.
Punishment: Posted bail immediately.
Crime: A police raid on his home found malnourished and dead dogs, guns and drugs. He also falsified his identity when seeking treatment at a hospital to avoid paying the bill.
Punishment: DMX, aka Earl Simmons, pleaded guilty to felony counts of theft, possession of marijuana, and possession of narcotic drugs, and to a misdemeanor count of animal cruelty. He served 90 days in jail and got 18 months of supervised probation