Jake Weber was drug mule for Rolling Stones at 8: Documentary

New York: `Medium` actor Jake Weber has been revealed to have been a drugs mule at the age of 8 for The Rolling Stones in the band`s new documentary, "Stones in Exile".

According to Showbiz411.com, Weber, 46, appears with Mick Jagger and others in the south of France in the new film, which follows the Stones` recording of the 1972 album "Exile on Main St".

Weber`s job had been to smuggle drugs and roll joints for the rock stars while they recorded "Exile".

After screening the documentary at the Cannes Film Festival, Jagger, 66, invited Weber to join him onstage and introduced him as "the little boy in the movie".

The actor`s job as an underage drug mule was part of the family business. His father was Tommy Weber, an infamous racecar driver and drug dealer.

"Some people can juggle soccer balls. Me? I can roll a killer joint in about three seconds flat," the New York Daily News quoted Weber as having told People magazine in 2009.

"When I was four, basically the reason for my existence was to roll the joints," he had said.

At age eight, Weber told the entertainment magazine that he passed through Irish customs with his father and brother at his side and a half-kilo of cocaine strapped to his body.

The actor now leads a stable life in Los Angeles with actress and designer Liz Carey.



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