Tatum O'Neal's Crack Dealer To Be Deported

tatum071708 Tatum O'Neal's Crack Dealer To Be DeportedWhile Tatum O’Neal paid for her spring crack bust with two half-day drug-treatment sessions, a $96 fine, and one night in prison, the man who sold her the drugs spent six weeks on Rikers Island followed by deportation, according to the New York Post.

Allen Garcia, the 33-year-old homeless panhandler who sold her the crack in May, walked out of the prison on Tuesday into the arms of immigration officials, who then began his deportation proceedings.

Ms. O’Neal must’ve had a better lawyer.

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