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LL Cool J: He’s bad

Written By: Bob - Aug• 24•12

Musician/actor LL Cool J. He eliminates punks/cuts ’em up in chunks.

If you’re going to break into an actor’s home, choose some pansy like Alec Baldwin or Andy Dick. Breaking into the home of LL Cool J will get you hospitalized.

Jonathan Kirby, 56, suffered a broken nose, jaw and ribs when he encountered the muscular rapper-actor inside his Sherman Oaks, California, home, according to Los Angeles County District Attorney spokeswoman Sandi Gibbons.

Prosecutors charged Kirby with first degree burglary as a “third striker,” which means he could face 38 years to life in prison if convicted, Gibbons said. They are asking that bail for Kirby be set at $1.1 million.

Kirby was previously convicted of voluntary manslaughter in Dallas, Texas, in 1988. He also has auto theft, first degree burglary and a petty theft conviction in Los Angeles on his record, Gibbons said.

Arraignment for the suspect is not yet set, because he is still hospitalized for treatment of injuries inflicted by LL Cool J when he “physically detained” him, she said.

I always liked LL, both for his musical skills and for his acting on NCIS Los Angeles. It seems he showed the convicted thing or two that he won’t soon forget in prison.

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  1. styrgwillidar says:

    My hats off to LL, I’m assuming he has enough insurance and lawyers to deal with the inevitable lawsuit. Oddly, if he’d used a gun and outright killed the individual he’d be in a better legal position than hitting him. While CA law presumes that a person shooting an intruder was acting in imminent fear of death/serious bodily injury, it only allows ‘reasonable’ force in detaining someone for theft. I hope LL STFU and called a lawyer before talking to the police. Not because of any possibility of criminal charges, but for possibly hosing himself in the event a civil suit is filed.