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Snoop Dogg 1967 Pontiac Impounded

Snoop Dogg 1967 Pontiac Impounded - T'was the night before Christmas, and Snoop Dogg found that his 1967 Pontiac Parasienne convertible had been impounded! He wasn't the only star to find that "Impounded was the Case," as singer Keyshia Cole and reality TV star Dwight Eubanks found themselves in a similar situation!

Snoop Dogg arrives at the Takers World Premiere at ArcLight Cinerama Dome Theater on August 4, 2010 in Los Angeles, CA Photo via Newscom So why was Snoop Dogg's ride taken away right before the holiday? Apparently it was due to the fact one of Snoop's posse members had been driving in it with a suspended license, NY Daily News reported. That means Snoop is liable to pay the $261 fine to get his car freed. It's likely Snoop will be able to cough up that pocket change though. He also has several cars from what is known of the Dr. Dre protege who enjoys "Gin and Juice." Snoop has also contributed to the holidays via his music, with several rap tunes he was part of that encouraged the Christmas spirit. He probably wasn't thinking "Santa Claus Goes Straight to the Ghetto" would mean someone would take his ride though!

Snoop Dogg 1967 Pontiac Impounded

Meanwhile, Dwight Eubanks, who was the stylist that appeared on "Real Housewives of Atlanta," had his Mercedes Benz sink into a pool of wet cement. While the car wasn't impounded, it was towed from the cement and taken to a local car wash. The total cost to clean up the car after the mishap was $209.

Finally, there was Keyshia Cole, whose nephew was arrested back on December 2nd, as he was driving her Mercedes SUV. Her nephew was charged with a DUI in Ohio, and the car was taken away, then impounded. Cole's bill is the heftiest of them all at $700!

Snoop Dogg 1967 Pontiac Impounded

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