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'Don't take short cuts' Al Johnson Opens Up About His 9 Months Imprisonment

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Liberian actor Al Johnson was accused of Money Laundering and Conspiracy, facing 10yrs imprisonment.  The actor beat the case, but ended up in prison for 9 months.  Al admitted to his mistakes and had this to say to the young ones, "Don't take short cuts in life.  Most of us want fame but don't have the patience to get it the right way.  There are consequences for taking short cuts, it might lead you to places you don't want to go.  Also, be mindful of your surrounding and your associates, they could influence you." 

Unfortunately, Al ended up losing his wife during the process of his legal issues.  The couple are no longer together, but remains great friends and parents to their child. 



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