If you had the same name as TV’s most famous drug baron, you’d probably steer clear of narcotics, wouldn’t you?
Well, for this drug dealer it was a case of life imitating art.
Incredibly, a real-life meth dealer called Walter White has been jailed for 12 years for selling the drug.
Bearing the same name as the Bryan Cranston character in hit TV drama Breaking Bad, White was caught selling methamphetamine to Nebraska oil field workers.
Police then discovered the 53-year-old, from Montana, was the region’s main dealer when his own son shot him in a drug debt dispute.
‘Multiple evidence’ – including four ounces of meth, two guns and more than £9,000 in cash – was found by police when they searched his house.
White’s initial nine-year sentence for dealing meth was later increased by three to reflect a firearms conviction.
However, unlike his Breaking Bad counterpart, White was…
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