Time sure does fly by.
Remember Jeremy Meeks, the hot felon who randomly stole women’s hearts in 2014? Well, the husband and father of three was released from jail today (March 9) after serving time in California on felony weapons charges.
BuzzFeed News reports Meek’s time in prison went relatively smoothly and now that he’s free, the former inmate wants to make the most out of his newfound fame. During his incarceration, the 32-year-old Cali native signed to White Cross Management. His agent Jim Jordan tells the site Meeks will appear in a number of new projects.
Via BuzzFeed News:
“We’re putting everything in place,” Jordan told BuzzFeed. “We’re in talks with a lot of different agencies. There’s movies on the table. We have a lot of different things happening.”
Meeks became a viral hit after his arrest in June 2014. Like other criminals, his mugshot was uploaded to the Stockton Police Department’s Facebook page, but gained attention thanks to the offender’s chiseled face and blue eyes.
Fans proposed to him via social media, while others made GoFundMe accounts to pay for his bail.
Despite the worldwide attention he received from women, Meeks has stayed devoted to his wife, Melissa. He’s also excited about spending time with his children.
His management is reportedly planning to create a reality show about the “hot felon.”
Would you watch? Sound off in the comment section below.
SOURCE: BuzzFeed News | PHOTO CREDIT: NewsOne, Instagram
“Hot Felon” Jeremy Meeks Has Been Released From Prison was originally published on newsone.com
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