Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Jon Bon Jovi's daughter won't face drug charges after suspected overdose

Drug charges against the female offspring of rock 'n' roll musician Jon Bon Jovi were born on Thursday, each day once she suffered a suspected hard drug dose, officers in the big apple same.

Oneida County prosecutor Scott D. McNamara same during a statement that Stephanie Bongiovi couldn't be charged as a result of the big apple law prohibits the prosecution of individuals UN agency had overdosed and were in possession of tiny amounts of medicine.

Bongiovi, 19, was found unresponsive during a dorm room at Hamilton school in Clinton, New York, early Wednesday and was later reserved on offence charges of possession of a drug (heroin), marijuana possession and criminal use of drug appurtenances, that were found within the area.

A message left with the singer's representative wasn't straightaway came back.

Heroin and marijuana charges against fellow student Ian S. Grant, 21, in reference to Bongiovi's case were additionally born as a witness or victim to a drug or alcohol dose can't be prosecuted in the big apple.

Bongiovi is that the oldest of 4 kids of Bon Jovi and mate Dorothea Hurley.

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