You Already Know What This Is About

March 22, 2010 / Posted by:

Whenever you see a picture of Dreamboat Doherty’s cherished dough-face on any site, you know to automatically scratch another line on the wall, because he’s been arrested again. You’re going to need a fresh new wall soon.

BBC News reports that Dreamy was taken to his home away from home on Friday to speak to police about his involvement in the death of heiress Robin Whitehead. Dreamy was arrested, because the police believe that Dreamy supplied Robin with copious amounts of the bad shit before her death. Robin was found dead in her apartment from an apparent overdose after she had tea and crumpets with Dreamy and three other men. And by “had tea and crumpets” I mean that they smoked crack and snorted heroin. Apparently, the police have video footage of Robin and Dreamy partaking in Amy Wino’s former morning ritual.

Dreamy and the three dudes were charged with suspicion of supplying drugs. They were released on bail and they must return next month to answer to the charges.

What more is there to say about this? Dreamy sees the inside of a jail cell more than he sees the inside of a shower. Although, that’s not saying much because he sees the inside of a jail cell more than his asshole sees a piece of toiler paper.

It’s probably like a damn family reunion every time Dreamy gets arrested. All the cops cheer and hug Dreamy when he comes stomping through the front door of the police station. Everyone gets to catch up! As the cops use a salad tong covered with a GLAD bag to check his asshole for contraband (or Lindsay Lohan’s career), they tell Dreamy how their wife and kids are doing, etc.. etc…

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