Really, how can one modest Hollywood gossip site even attempt to describe a man so complex as Pete Doherty? How about this: Rock and roll...
Gasp: Pete Doherty Jailed After Drug Conviction
You gotta be kidding, right? That was our reaction to learning that Pete Doherty was jailed for cocaine possession. Who would have ever guessed!
The British singer, who's certainly no stranger to drug abuse or jail, just earned a six-month sentence after pleading guilty to cocaine possession.
Pete Doherty Arrested For Shooting Up on Plane
Pete Doherty has not been heard from in ages.
Fittingly, the supposed rocker and one-time celebrity gossip site regular has returned to prominence by taking part in the two things he does best:
Even Pete Doherty Thinks Amy Winehouse is Nuts
When Pete Doherty is intimidated by someone else’s capacity to ingest drugs and consume alcohol, you've definitely hit the big time... and may not have much left.
When Amy Winehouse was just a little known singer, Britain’s druggie music star / tabloid mainstay was Doherty, whose near-daily arrests for narcotics possession, out-of-it appearance and railing of Kate Moss made him a legend.
Inside Pete Doherty's Crack Den
In beautiful Wiltshire, England, sits a pleasant country estate for rent.
It's worth approximately $1.5 million and offers potential residents peace, tranquility, nine bedrooms, five baths and a $h!tload of filth to navigate through.
Pete Doherty Hangs Out with Doomed Son
We wonder which has less of a chance: Matt Grant and Shayne Lamas in marriage? Or Pete Doherty's son in life?
Here's a shot of the drugged out rocker with his child, Astile. The toddler's mom is some woman named Lisa Moorish. We can't think of anything else to say about this nonsense.
D'oh-erty: Pete Jailed After Probation Violation
Pete Doherty, the chronic alcohol and drug user and part-time lead singer of British band Babyshambles, has been sent to jail for 14 weeks.
The reason? For violating probation and ... using drugs. There are only so many times you can get arrested and stay out of jail, turns out.