NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 25: Police arrest a protester during an ACT-UP and Occupy Wall Street demonstration on April 25, 2012 in New York City. Police arrested several protesters who chained themselves to toilets and furnature in the street, saying that people with AIDS are "being kicked to the curb" by Mayor Bloomberg due to recent policy changes in New York City. ACT-UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power), was marking their 25-year anniversary in supporting services for people with AIDS worldwide. They were joined by Occupy Wall Street protesters in a march from New York's city hall to Wall Street. The groups called for a tax on Wall Street transactions and speculative trades to raise money for to end the global AIDS epidemic and provide universal healthcare in the U.S.
Mac Miller has officially been charged with a DUI.
Back in May, fresh off his breakup with Ariana Grande, Mac wrecked his G-Wagon in the San Fernando Valley, and when he took a breathalyzer test, he blew twice the legal limit. He was arrested for DUI and hit and run when the cops showed up to his house.
Since then, the charges have been pending but as of now, he has been officially charged.
Hopefully, Mac has learned his lesson, if not, he probably will while he is doing his community service in the near future.
Written by Christopher Schweitzer
Beasley Media Group Inc.