CHICAGO, IL - Jussie Smollett was sentenced on Thursday to a grueling 150 days in prison, 30 months of probation, and a $120,000 fine because he orchestrated a fake hate crime against himself. The former "Empire" actor has condemned the judge's sentence, saying he only received such a harsh sentence because he "created a hoax and tried to start a race war."
"Will the injustice never end?" Smollett asked at his hearing. "Your honor, I respect you and I respect the jury, but you're all stupid. This sentence shows a clear bias against people who stage hoaxes and try to start deadly race wars! You are just prejudiced against me because I wasted the time of the police and the rest of the country as well as millions of taxpayer dollars. I also inflamed riots around the country that led to billions in damage and dozens of lives lost. And people who do those things deserve light sentences just like those who don't do those things!"
Jussie Smollett has been transferred to Cook County Jail where he's already busy staging a fake suicide.
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