Michael Douglas’ son moved to minimum security prison
Hollywoodnews.com: After being nabbed for drug dealing and sentenced to five years in jail, Michael Douglas’ son Cameron,31, will be moved to a minimum security prison in Lewisburg, Pa.
Cameron will reside in a camp without fences. The jail has dormitory barracks and Cameron will work for $0.12-0.46/ hour tending to the facility’s maintenance. There is a 10 p.m. curfew enforced.
Cameron is a former DJ and aspiring actor. He has earned a GED and can take classes in drug education according to People magazine.
Cameron is expected to receive drug rehabilitation toward the end of his sentence. To date he has been dry for eight months, his longest period of sobriety. The unfortunate fellow has been an addict since he was 13.
Michael Douglas came clean with “Today Show’s” Matt Lauer on his son’s hardships: “Look, my son was a drug dealer, and he’s been trying to kill himself for a while, and I can’t condone his behavior, so I think the court recognized his drug addiction as well as the crime he committed.”
Douglas recently finished promoting his latest film “Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps” at the Cannes Film Festival. The Oliver Stone feature is already gaining award season buzz.