Monday, April 28, 2008

Wesley Snipes Better Not Be A Diva In Prison

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – If Wesley Snipes wants to survive in the slammer, he better keep his attitude in check.

Last Thursday (Apr. 24), Snipes was sentenced to three years in prison for tax evasion.

Tom Miller runs a consulting business called “Dr. Prison,” which coaches people who are about to serve prison sentences on how to behave behind bars, and he has a few tips for the prison-bound Blade actor.

Since Snipes will be such a high-profile prisoner, Miller says the key is for him to remain humble while locked up, and ditch any diva attitude he may possess.

He explains, “He needs to serve his time with humility and not act like he’s better than anyone just because he’s a celebrity. He can’t talk down to people or he’ll get hurt in there.”

Miller believes Snipes’ star status may help him in the slammer with his fellow prisoners, but he shouldn’t let his cell celebrity go to his head.

He suggests Snipes refrain from signing autographs behind bars because it’ll put him above the other prisoners.

To avoid a beat down, Snipes should keep to himself as much as possible and only talk to the powerful prison “shot- callers” if they talk to him first.

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