October 27, 2016
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Lindsay Lohan’s sentence a “wake-up call” for others

HollywoodNews.com: R&B star Ne-Yo is chiming in on the Lindsay Lohan jail situation and thinks that it will change how celebrities are treated.

According to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Ne-Yo knows celebrities who have gotten specialized treatment from police and law enforcement officials, himself included. However, he had his own “wake-up call” when he was arrested for reckless driving in 2008 and was ordered to complete community service time as a result.

He now thinks that the Lindsay Lohan situation will wake-up other celebrities who think they won’t face consequences when breaking the law. Ne-Yo hopes other celebrities remember that “[they’re citizens] of the world first and there are rules and laws [they’re] expected to abide by.”

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