Cameron Douglas Pleads Guilty To Trafficking Meth And Cocaine
Actor Cameron Morrell Douglas, the son of actor Michael Douglas, has pleaded guilty to trafficking large quantities of methamphetamine and cocaine. Douglas, 31, admitted to trafficking drugs since 2006. Douglas was first arrested for possession of cocaine in 2007. He was arrested for the possession of half a pound of methamphetamine in July of 2009. Douglas was under house arrest since he was detained. Douglas was sent to jail after girlfriend Kelly Sott attempted to smuggle heroin for him in an electrical toothbrush. Douglas is facing trafficking charges that could land him in prison for a minimum of 10 years. He will be sentenced on April 27.
Investigators say Douglas was paid tens of thousands of dollars for trafficking methamphetamine -- what he referred to in intercepted phone calls as "pastry" or "bath salts." Cash and drugs were routinely exchanged from coast to coast through shippers like FedEx, the court papers said.
Cameron Douglas starred in Mr. Nice Guy, It Runs In The Family, and Adam & Eve.