Cameron Douglas, 31-year-old son of Oscar-winner Michael Douglas, could face a possible life sentence, and a mandatory minimum of 10 years in prison for methamphetamine charges involving his arrest on August 4.
According to People, a 10-page complaint against Douglas, paints the young Douglas as a drug dealer who peddled crystal meth at NYC and Los Angeles hotels with the help of FedEx.
The process reads like an episode of "Law & Order." Douglas would use his one-time assistant to make introductions to potential buyers, the complaint said. The complaint went on to describe Douglas conducting much of his business though rented mailboxes and code words in text messages and phone calls.
Douglas, who was charged with cocaine possession in 2007, was first arrested at age 17 for DUI in his hometown of Santa Barbara, and was later convicted.
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