In the latest episode of I'm too good and too important to be locked up, Nick Hogan's lawyers have gone into court to try and get him out of jail. Last I checked, Nick plead guilty. There weren't any, I plead guilty, but if I do so I want to serve my sentence at the Four Seasons while my mom dates guys who look like me and my dad fondles my sister.
No, Nick plead guilty and the judge sentenced him to 8 months. That is it. 8 months and he is done and can go on and on and on with his life. He can forget about John Graziano and the pain and misery he will suffer for the rest of his life. Nick can be just like Leif Garret and forget about the person he ruined forever.
Nick's lawyers think the judge should reconsider his sentence. They suggest home arrest with an ankle monitor or be moved to a minimum security prison.
"Understandably, this situation creates an unbearable anxiety for a minor in solitary confinement.
"This sort of confinement substantially amounts to cruel and unusual punishment for a juvenile and is not warranted for a non-violent first offender serving a probation sentence."
You have got to be f**king kidding me. Cruel and unusual punishment? Because he has to spend 17 hours alone in a cell? Didn't he probably spend 12 hours alone in his room jerking off to photos of his sister everyday? How much time do you think John spends in his room alone each day? I'm guessing that it is closer to 20 hours a day. Alone and with no one there. And you know what? 8 months from now, he will still be there. 8 years from now? Still be there.