Thursday, February 21, 2013

Will Smith's Brother-In-Law Is A Huge Drug Dealer

Will Smith's sister sure did marry a winner. Her husband, and Will's brother-in-law was arrested by the feds and charged with attempted possession with intent to distribute 5 kilos of cocaine. Basically the guy was busted in an undercover sting. He never actually managed to get his hands on actual cocaine but did wire money for what he thought was going to be the purchase of cocaine. I'm actually shocked there were no charges related to the wire he sent. Will's brother-in-law had agreed to pay $26.5K for each kilo of coke and said he had contacts in South Philadelphia who would be willing to buy that much product each month. Although he was arrested January 17th, he did not make his $100K bail until two days ago. I'm guessing Will didn't loan him the money.

14 comments:

Vera L- said...

I'm sorry, but ~yawn~ Is it Will's fault his sister married a loser?

dragon said...

This story would have been way more interesting if Dyane Martin was involve some how

FSP said...

Gotta be a Seven Pounds joke here somewhere.

seaward said...

That must be a typo. Surely you meant West Philadelphia?

Staple611 said...

Who does not have that song in their head right now? Not I.

hunter said...

Agree w/ Vera - not Will's fault if his sister married a loser. I don't think his name should be associated with this story.

prolixe said...

@seaward, I'm going to be humming that all day! It's funny, I adored him on Fresh Prince, and my kids think he's awesome for Legend and the hero movie. He's alright in my book, just ignore the $cio.

SusanB said...

Agree with the above - not his fault, and I don't blame him for not putting up bail money either. Why should he?

Sherry said...

yeah no Will's fault his in law decided to fall for the feds trap.

Rose said...

Celebrities, they're just like us. ;) That includes having losers in the family.

Kloie said...

It's like that episode of Fresh Prince where Carlton changed his image so Will's old friends would like him and he was going to go to Macarthur Park to sell watches or something. Or not.

JSierra said...

Then a couple a guys they were up to no good, started dealing drugs in the neighborhood. I wired him the money and feds were there, they said your moving to a cell with OJ and his hair.

g.strathmore said...

@Kloie, ha!

MAC said...

Damn Seaward as soon as I read your post I started in

In West Philadelphia born and raised...

Now it will be with me for the rest of the day.

Lol, JSierra