Bon Jovi's Secret Letter To Judge That Saved Band Manager From 20 Ton Pot Bust | Radar Online
The rock star convinced a US judge not to jail his former band manager, busted for smuggling a massive 20 tons of marijuana, with a six-page hand-written plea for mercy.
The never-published letter was kept locked away for more than 20 years by the band's former tour manager, Rich Bozzett, who has included it in his new book charting the band's meteoric rise.
Bon Jovi also brought up the concept of community service and volunteered to help McGhee in any way he could, including public service videos and educational films.Remember RAD? Rockers Against Drugs whose ads featured Kiss and Bon Jovi that ran often back in the day on MTV? Half of them were up on charges or helping their friends get off easy on them? Apparently so. Well except for KISS. Gene Simmons is just reefer mad.
"I would like to offer my services in any way to assist in the production as well as promotion of any of these concepts," he said.
Kids think twice before you agree to help your friends get off a jail sentence for pot smuggling or you'll end up in a cheesy ad like this.
Jon Bon Jovi proves he is a good friend.
Jon Bon Jovi, Rock Against Drugs Ad