Austin Lee Russell, known to fans as Chumlee from The Pawn Stars, reportedly told a court on Monday that he would be open to a plea bargain in connection with drug and weapons charges stemming from a March police raid on his Las Vegas home.
In the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Russell will submit a guilty plea to one count of attempting.
Russell turned over the firearms and drugs allegedly discovered on his property and served three years of probation. He, too, must be treated.
When police detained Russell, they claimed a huge bag of marijuana and a small amount of methamphetamine.
Among the recovered weapons were handguns, rifles, and an assault-style MP5. Police had come to Russell’s house to investigate a sexual assault. He was released on a bond of $62,000 and was not charged.
According to Fox News, if Russell, 33, continues to be trouble-free. If that does not happen, he faces two to five years.
According to Xanax, pills on prescription were also discovered in his residence.
Russell’s attorney, David Chesnoff, said that the reality star to move on from the incident.
“We will be analysing what the alleged search was was lawful in a courtroom, not in public,” Chesnoff says.
“We both believe in the rule of law and are optimistic that the matter will be decided properly.”
Russell is well-known for throwing crazy parties.
According to the insider, he carries a gun and smokes a lot of marijuana.
The History Channel’s refusal airs Pawn Stars stated last week that “for the time being, they are just letting the judicial system play out.”