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 You suspected this would happen, and it has!

   The convicted felon, who's mug shot caused some swooning around the world, has landed  a  modelling contract!

  L.A. agency Blaze Modelz signed Jeremy Meeks to a 30-thousand dollar contract, claiming it can book him for runway jobs with hi-end fashion houses...like Versace, and Armani.

 
   It also believes Meeks's gangland tattoos could help his modelling aspirations, including his teardrop tattoo, which it considers 'edgy and sexy'.

  He is supposedly represented by Hollywood talent agent, Gina Rodriquez, who is a former porn star.

   The likelihood of Meeks, strolling down the catwalk?  Not!

  He is facing 11 charges including guns and gang crimes,  and is being held on 900-thousand dollars bail and faces a   L O N G  prison term, if convicted.

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  1. SojBee posted on 07/03/2014 08:27 AM
    Well he certainly has the face for it!! In the modelling world he has what you would call a gorgeous face. Not a lot of folks are this lucky... he hopefully has an opportunity to turn his life around for good. We wait to see.

    So my conclusion...this is not necessarily a bad story, but how it pans out is up to the justice system and the man himself.
  2. Tanya posted on 07/03/2014 01:24 PM
    You can take the man outta the hood but you can't take the hood outta the man. This guy probably won't be on the "model" prisoner list. (Pun intended.) He looks like a guy who'll get in trouble no matter where he is.
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 You suspected this would happen, and it has!

   The convicted felon, who's mug shot caused some swooning around the world, has landed  a  modelling contract!

  L.A. agency Blaze Modelz signed Jeremy Meeks to a 30-thousand dollar contract, claiming it can book him for runway jobs with hi-end fashion houses...like Versace, and Armani.

 
   It also believes Meeks's gangland tattoos could help his modelling aspirations, including his teardrop tattoo, which it considers 'edgy and sexy'.

  He is supposedly represented by Hollywood talent agent, Gina Rodriquez, who is a former porn star.

   The likelihood of Meeks, strolling down the catwalk?  Not!

  He is facing 11 charges including guns and gang crimes,  and is being held on 900-thousand dollars bail and faces a   L O N G  prison term, if convicted.

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  1. SojBee posted on 07/03/2014 08:27 AM
    Well he certainly has the face for it!! In the modelling world he has what you would call a gorgeous face. Not a lot of folks are this lucky... he hopefully has an opportunity to turn his life around for good. We wait to see.

    So my conclusion...this is not necessarily a bad story, but how it pans out is up to the justice system and the man himself.
  2. Tanya posted on 07/03/2014 01:24 PM
    You can take the man outta the hood but you can't take the hood outta the man. This guy probably won't be on the "model" prisoner list. (Pun intended.) He looks like a guy who'll get in trouble no matter where he is.
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