Jesse Jackson, Jr. cried in court Wednesday as he was sentenced to 30 months in prison for using $750,000 in money he’d raised for his “campaign” for personal use.
Jesse Jackson’s son pleaded guilty in February to spending the money on things like a $43,000 Rolex, mink capes, vacations, meals for his MISTRESS, two mounted elk heads and a fedora that once belonged to Michael Jackson.
“I didn’t separate my personal life from my political life and I couldn’t be more wrong,” he said in a statement. “I take responsibility for my actions.” He reports to prison November 1st.
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