Followup on Jamie Waylett Case: Sentenced to Community Service (Updated)

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Jul 21, 2009

A followup today regarding the legal case involving actor Jamie Waylett (Crabbe), who earlier this month plead guilty to growing cannabis plants at a residence in London, England. Today, the AP reports that Jamie was sentenced to to 120 hours of community service. The report continues: Judge Timothy Workman said Tuesday that he accepted that the cultivation was on a small scale and for Waylett’s own use. He said the actor had been, “until now, a man of good character.”
UPDATE: The BBC has more now on the matter, including a message from Jamie: “Leaving the court, Waylett said: “I extend my sincere apologies to the
producers, cast and crew and all at Warners and most especially to all
Harry Potter fans.”

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