Michael Nader of All My Children Arrested On Drug Charges
A News Analysis By Terence T. Gorski
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Published On: July 5,
2001 Updated On: August 07, 2001
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Michael Nader of All My Children Arrested On
People Magazine reported that Micheal Nader, who has betrayed Count
Dimitri Marick on the ABC soap opera All My Children for ten years,
was arrested for allegedly selling a $20 bag of cocaine to an undercover
cop on February 24, 2001 when the New York Police Department (NYPD) raided
an allegedly illegal after-hours club in Manhattan's East Village. This
offense could carry a maximum 25 year prison sentence. He was
freed on $500 bail and faces a march 26, 2001 court hearing.
In 1998 Nader pleaded guilty to drunk driving in Suffolk County, New
York and was ordered to spend 20 days in rehab. He was driving under
the influence with his thirteen year old daughter Lindsay.
Nader plans to check himself into a thirty-day rehabilitation program
and plans to return to All My Children after completing the
program. Nader states that he is "optimistic that he will get
back on track and get this all behind him."
Notice the conflict between Nader's drug law violation which could lead
to twenty-year's in prison and his need for treatment. Odds are
Nader will avoid jail because he has the resources to afford a good
attorney and has a high public profile which will soften the tendency of
get tough politicians to lock him and throw away the key.
If Nader were poor and black he would probably be held without bond and
would be at risk of serving the maximum sentence.
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