Michael Douglas’ son to mop, wash dishes in jail
New York: Actor Michael Douglas’ son Cameron could land the job of moping or washing dishes for pennies an hour at a minimum-security Pennsylvania lockup.
A source told RadarOnline that Cameron, 31, is “doing fine” at the federal penitentiary in Lewisburg, Pa., where he has to stay until December 16, 2013, as per Bureau of Prison records, reports the New York Post.
Cameron will soon be toiling away for a paltry 12 to 40 cents an hour, a prison spokesman said.
It is not clear what job he will be doing, but it could be anything from food services to janitorial work, plumbing, painting, grounds keeping or electrical work.
In his spare time, he can take advantage of the various penitentiary activities, such as biking, tabletop games, bead making, crocheting, softball or basketball.