Vanilla Ice charged with burglarizing a foreclosure

The rapper known as Vanilla Ice has been released from custody after being arrested in connection with a Florida residential. The home was in the process of foreclosure, and Van Winkle was.

text from the site: "Vanilla Ice has been busted for allegedly burglarizing a home in Florida.TMZ reports the singer-turned-TV-host, real name, Robert Matthew Van Winkle, is accused of stealing.

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 · Vanilla Ice is free on bond after being charged with burglary of a $1million mansion and grand theft. The burglarized residence, which is in foreclosure, is near a home that Van Winkle, 47, was working on for his show on DIY Network, The vanilla ice project, and some of the stolen property was later found at Van Winkle’s home, police say.

On Feb. 18, the rapper-turned-DIY host was charged with burglary and grand theft after a foreclosed house near a home he was. the fourth season of his DIY Network series, “The Vanilla Ice Project,”.

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Rapper-turned-reality star vanilla ice (real name: Robert Van Winkle) will serve no jail time after he was arrested in February for allegedly stealing furnishings and other items from an abandoned.

Robert Van Winkle, better known by his stage name Vanilla Ice, was arrested Wednesday in Florida on suspicion. a pool heater and bicycles — were removed in December from a foreclosed home across.

Vanilla Ice wishes the world "would focus on all the good things I’ve done" ( like this , probably) rather than on the allegations that he’s a burglar. The 47-year-old rapper-turned-home-renovator,

Vanilla Ice has been charged with breaking into and stealing from an abandoned home that is in foreclosure in Florida. Police in the Palm Beach County town of Lantana say the recording artist and.

Out on bail, rapper Vanilla Ice said the burglary and grand theft charges he’s. sometime between December and February in a $1 million home that was going through foreclosure. Items stolen include.

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Rapper Vanilla Ice told police he intended to purchase the home he was accused of burglarizing, but had no contract or down payment on the property, a police affidavit released thursday shows.

Vanilla Ice Gets Burglary Charges Dropped, Has to Complete Community Service and Pay Restitution. The TV personality had been accused of stealing a number of items from a house in foreclosure.

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