Wednesday, January 18, 2006


Leif Garrett - who we always thought of as, quite erroneously, the American Leo Sayer - has found himself on the wrong end of the always long-arm of the law. He's been arrested, suspected of having drugs but having no underground ticket. It's not clear which was considered the worst offence.

Trouble is, Garrett - aptly named after the place where struggling artists lived and starved - was on probation for possession already. So he's being held in the cells pending his appearance in court.

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