Bob Marley’s Daughter Pleads Guilty To Weed Charge
The daughter of reggae legend Bob Marley has confessed to harvesting marijuana in her Caln, Pennsylvania home.
Makeda Marley, 29, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to possessing several large ganja plants inside her home, roughly 30 miles outside of Philadelphia.
Marley was arrested in 2008, when after calling the police for a domestic dispute; officers caught Marley removing plants from her basement.
Thomas Schindler, Marley’s attorney told The Associated Press he will seek probation. Sentencing is scheduled for October.