http://soberingtruth.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Sobering-Truth-Header.transparent.png 0 0 Jeff Herten, M.D. http://soberingtruth.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/Sobering-Truth-Header.transparent.png Jeff Herten, M.D.2010-08-29 00:07:282022-11-25 15:28:59BOOZE IN THE NEWS: Rip Torn’s probation denied following drunk break-in of bank
BOOZE IN THE NEWS: Rip Torn’s probation denied following drunk break-in of bank
Rip Torn, 79-year-old Emmy winning actor, had his request for probation denied following a January, 2010 break in of a Connecticut bank. He allegedly broke into the bank after a night of drinking. He was carrying a gun and stated later that he mistook the bank for his nearby home because they looked alike.
At the time of the incident, Mr, Torn was in a court-ordered alcohol education program from a drunk driving charge which was later dismissed.
One of the charges carries a one-year prison sentence.
Perhaps the eventual sentence should include eye-testing and a new pair of glasses.
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