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Handsome felon Jeremy Meeks Goes Hollywood
Handsome felon Jeremy Meeks Goes Hollywood

Whoever said crime does not pay is yet to meet handsome felony Jeremy Meeks.

 The viral convicted criminal has been signed to a Hollywood agent, Fox news reports.

Jeremy Meeks, the “Handsome Felon” who became an Internet sensation after the Stockton, California Police Department posted his exceptionally flattering mug shot to their Facebook page, has officially hit the big time– he’s landed a Hollywood talent agent.

Gina Rodriguez, who has guided the careers of “Teen Mom”-star-turned-porn-star Farrah Abraham, Nadya “Octomom” Suleman and most recently, V. Stiviano, the woman at the center of the Donald Sterling scandal, now represents the 30-year-old convicted felon with chiseled features and dreamy blue eyes.

Rodriguez, who had a career as a porn actress before she changed her focus and founded GR Media Firm, had no qualms about taking on Meeks as a client.

“Everybody has a story, and I, of all people, know that,” Rodriguez told FOX411 exclusively. “The types of personalities that I work with are usually the people who are under fire by the media. If this was a different situation, like if someone was actually hurt or there was violence involved, I definitely would not be taking him on. But we don’t know Jeremy’s full story yet, and I don’t feel like he got a fair break. I really don’t. If we can help him in any way with his future and help him turn his life around, that’s what I’m about. That’s what I want to do for him.”

Source: Fox News

 





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