Many Ghanaians seem to be outraged by actress Rosemond Brown's incarceration, as some can't help but publicly express their sympathies for her.
Some see her child as a compelling argument for the court to weigh before imprisoning the video vixen. However, she seems to be lucky to have gotten some few months in prison since some other celebrities spent years in prison sometime in the past.
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Nana Akwasi Agyemang, better known on stage as G-man, was sentenced to 14 years in prison in 1995 for shooting and killing a taxi driver.
Despite the fact that she had no intention of killing the taxi driver, he was jailed in 1995 before former President Barack Obama granted him a presidential pardon in 2009.
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William Ramzy Amui popularly known as Ramzy, who was the first runner-up in the first edition of Stars of the Future was sentenced to 10-year imprisonment in 2010 after he pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy, armed robbery and dishonesty.
Richard Kwabena popularly known as Shaka Zulu was, in 2013, sentenced by the ASccra High court to serve a 30-year-imprisonment for armed robbery. He was charged on two counts one of was supposed to take him 15 years in prison.
He was said to have robbed one businessman at Baasto together with his gang.
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Ghanaian Hiplife musician, Kwaw Kese, was jailed in 2014 jailed for smoking cannabis in public. Twitter High Court judge William Boampong sentenced Kwaw Kese to a day in jail and ordered him to pay a fine of Gh¢1,200. Kwaw Kese paid the fine and served the one-day jail sentence. The musician was on remand for over a month at the Kumasi Central Prison before he was bailed.
Deeda, a Ghanaian musician, was arrested by the international police(INTERPOL) for defiling an eight-year old girl who was a stepdaughter of his fiancee in UK in 2006.
In September 2011, he was found guilty of possessing and attempting to export 4.9 kilograms of cocaine hidden in four tubers of yam by an Accra Fast Track High Court.
He died on Thursday at the Nsawam prison, where he had been serving a 15-year sentence for drug trafficking.
Sima died as a result of injuries sustained during a football game.
Sima had been suffering from a headache prior to his death.
He passes on.
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The chief executive officer of Goodies music was slapped with 13 years imprisonment after he attempted to export narcotic drugs illegally.
He was imprisoned after it was discovered that he had items in his possession that were believed to be illegal narcotics. In 2014, he was released and died in 2016.