Snoop Dogg released from probation 11 months early
Washington: Nearly five years after rap superstar Snoop Dogg was arrested in Los Angeles for allegedly possessing drugs and a gun, a judge has ended his probation 11 months early.
Dogg’s attorney Donald Etra told TMZ.com that the star is ‘pleased’ about the ruling, although he has not given a reason for the petition, reports Contactmusic.
The ‘Drop It Like It’s Hot’ hitmaker was on probation after police found cocaine, marijuana and a gun in his car following a performance on US TV.
He had been ordered to be on his best behaviour for 60 months.