Michael Douglas‘ 31 year-old son Cameron Douglas could face up to life in prison for his arrest earlier this week on methamphetamine charges. A 10-page complaint against Douglas was unsealed today and it details Douglas’ life as a drug dealer.
Over the last three years, he sold huge amounts of crystal meth out of upscale hotels in NYC and L.A. using FedEx to move the money and drugs cross-country. Douglas’ entertainment credits include acting in “National Lampoon’s Adam and Eve” and producing the yet-to-be-released movie “The Beautiful Outsiders.”
Apparently Douglas would use his one-time assistant to make introductions to potential buyers of large amounts of methamphetamine. Both Douglas’ assistant and two of the buyers became witnesses for the prosecution after they themselves were arrested on drug-related charges. One of those witnesses even ended up working in a sting that lead Douglas’ arrest.
Douglas had his first arrest at the age of 17, when he got a DUI in Santa Barbara. With this methamphetamine charge, he faces a possible life sentence, and a mandatory minimum of 10 years in prison.