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Young actors can easily lose touch with the real world. I like to think Jamie Waylett was in the wrong place at the wrong time
Even though I played the character of Lavender Brown in the Harry Potter movies, I can't claim to know my co-actor Jamie Waylett – who was sentenced to jail this week for taking part in last summer's riots – that well. Our paths did not cross during my time filming. I was nonetheless sad to hear of his sentencing, and I worry about what will happen to him now. I don't know how things were going for him post-Potter and pre-riots; the last time I checked, he did not have any new projects on his IMDb page, and due to his jail time he now won't be able to make the grand opening of the Harry Potter studios in Leavesden, Watford. Which is a shame.
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- Jessie Cave
London, March 22: "Harry Potter" star Jamie Waylett has been sentenced to two years behind bars for his involvement in the London riots last year.
Waylett was spotted holding a petrol bomb and drinking from a bottle of looted champagne during clashes between activists and police in Chalk Farm area of London in August last year, reported dailystar.co.uk.
On Tuesday, Waylett was ordered to serve time for violent disorder and handling stolen goods.
In 2009, he had been charged will illegal production of marijuana and handed 120 hours of community service.
- Rahul Kapoor
Will He Float Your Boat?: After more than the usual back and forth, Russell Crowe is now set to take on the titular role in Darren Aronofsky’s Noah. Cameras should be rolling in the summer on what has been described as a non-traditional epic, in which the biblical character becomes “disillusioned with the way humans have treated their planet.” We're not sure Crowe's Noah will be as angry as Crowe was in Robin Hood (above), but this could be another case in which a familiar name is used to sell a movie, while junking the original story entirely. That could mean downplaying any sort of divine intervention. [Deadline] Harry Potter Bully Found Guilty: In a bit of unfortunate typecasting, Jamie Waylett, who played a bully named Vincent Crabbe in the Harry...
- Peter Martin
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Jamie Waylett, who played Draco's lackey Vincent Crabbe in the Harry Potter movies, has been sentenced to two years in prison. The actor was believed to be packing a Molotov cocktail while looting during the London riots last year. He was found guilty of violent disorder, but was acquitted on the charge of intending to destroy property with a fire bomb.
- Mandy McAdoo
Jamie Waylett's face is familiar to millions thanks to his role as a school bully in the Harry Potter movies, so police didn't have much trouble tracking him down after he was caught on camera holding a petrol bomb and swigging from a looted bottle of champagne during last year's London riots. The 22-year-old former actor has been found guilty of violent disorder, and sentenced to two years in prison, reports the BBC . Waylett played Slytherin minion Vincent Crabbe in the first six Potter movies, but his character was written out of the last two films in the series after »
- Rob Quinn
Washington, Mar 21: The 'Harry Potter' actor who played bully Vincent Crabbe in the boy wizard's movie series was sentenced to jail for two years on Tuesday after he was convicted of violent disorder during the London riots in August last year.
Jamie Waylett was captured by security cameras on a number of occasions during the riots in Chalk Farm, north London, swigging from a stolen bottle of champagne and carrying a petrol bomb.
The 22-year-old was part of a gang of at least four people who took to the streets during the third night of violence in the capital, London's Wood Green Crown Court heard.
- Rahul Kapoor
Back in October, news broke that "Harry Potter" actor Jamie Waylett -- who played the Slytherin bully Vincent Crabbe in six of the hit films -- was arrested for possession of explosives following the Aug. 8 riots in London. Waylett was caught on camera drinking stolen champagne while holding what appeared to be a Molotov cocktail.
He's had trouble with the law before -- in 2009, Waylett was arrested on suspicion of marijuana possession.
"A considerable amount has been said about what happened over those few days," the judge told Waylett according to BBC News. "Anyone watching the footage in this case can only imagine the mayhem that took place on the streets. You chose to go out on to the streets on what was the third day of the violence... You were pictured on a number of occasions with a bottle full of petrol with a rag as a wick. I »
Jamie Waylett, who played Hogwarts bully Vincent Crabbe, also admitted swigging from a stolen bottle of champagne
A star of the Harry Potter films has been sentenced to two years in prison for being part of a violent mob which took to the streets during last summer's riots in London.
Jamie Waylett, 22, who played Hogwarts bully Vincent Crabbe in six of the films, was found guilty of violent disorder on Tuesday.
The jury at London's Wood Green crown court took three-and-a-half hours to reach their verdicts.
The actor, who had already admitted swigging from a stolen bottle of champagne during the rioting, was cleared of intending to destroy or damage property with a petrol bomb he was pictured holding.
He has a previous conviction for cannabis possession.
Waylett was part of a gang of at least four people who took to the streets of Chalk Farm, north London, on the night of 8 August last year, »
"Harry Potter" actor Jamie Waylett has conjured up a two-year prison sentence for himself. Also read: "Harry Potter" E-Books Get Worldwide Library Distribution Waylett, who portrayed bully Vincent Crabbe in the series of wizardly films, received two years in prison Tuesday, for participating in last summer's riots in London, Reuters reports. Also read: "Harry Potter" Attraction Coming to Universal Studios Hollywood The 22-year-old actor was sentenced to two years for violent disorder and a year for handling stolen goods, which he will service concurrently. Judge Simon Carr told Waylett that he will be »
- Tim Kenneally
Jamie Waylett (left) has been a bad boy on screen and off.
The actor who played the Hogwarts bully Vincent Crabbe in the Harry Potter films has been given a prison sentence in the UK for rioting, according to MSN News.
Jamie Waylett will spend two years ‘doing porridge’ (as it used to be called in my old country) after he was found guilty of taking part in the riots that broke out in various parts of Britain last year. A report in the Guardian newspaper suggested that the so-called UK riots were driven by anger and frustration at Britain’s police force.
Waylett, 22, was found guilty of violent disorder at London’s Wood Green Crown Court on Tuesday. He is said to have been part of a small gang that took part in riots in London on August 8th.
At some point during the riots Waylett was reportedly holding a fire bomb. »
- Michael Simpson
Jamie Waylett—known for playing the Hogwarts bully Crabbe in six Harry Potter films—has been handed a two-year prison sentence for his role in last year’s London riots, during which Waylett was caught on a security camera looting and carting around a Molotov cocktail. In all, he ended up getting off rather light: Waylett was facing multiple charges that included possessing explosives, intent to destroy property, and receiving stolen goods, and was even discovered to be cultivating 15 marijuana plants during a subsequent police search of his home—especially egregious, considering he’d previously been arrested for the »
After he was previously nicked by police for cannabis possession, we wouldn't have been surprised to find "Harry Potter" star Jamie Waylett arrested for having a cocktail in public, but a Molotov cocktail?
TMZ reports that the wayward Waylett, best known as Draco Malfoy's imposing lackey Vincent Crabbe in the first six "Potter" films, is on his way to Azkaban (a.k.a. jail) after being sentenced to two years in a British prison for some very Slytherin-like behavior during last year's London riots.
We reported last October that the husky 22-year-old had been charged with brandishing a homemade explosive while looting a store on August 8th, 2011, which was captured on magical surveillance tape. To add insult to injury, when Waylett was arrested on September 20th police found fifteen cannabis plants in his home.
Though the court found him guilty of violent disorder, he was acquitted charges of intent to »
- Max Evry
Harry Potter star Jamie Waylett has been sentenced to serve two years behind bars for his alleged involvement in the London riots last year.
The 22 year old, who starred as bully Vincent Crabbe in the film franchise, was allegedly spotted holding a petrol bomb and swigging from a bottle of looted champagne during clashes between activists and the police in the Chalk Farm area of the city last August.
And on Tuesday, Waylett was ordered to serve time for violent disorder and handling stolen goods.
This marks Waylett's second brush with the law in recent years - he was charged will illegal production of marijuana in 2009 and handed 120 hours of community service. »
There's no wizardly spell to get out of this one. Jamie Waylett, the actor who played Slytherin cohort Vincent Crabbe in the Harry Potter films, was found guilty of violent disorder stemming from his involvement in last year's London riots. And though he won't be headed to Azkaban, the actor is going to be locked up... Per the BBC, the 22-year-old actor was sentenced to two years in jail. But there is good news, of a sort. He was cleared of another charge—intending to destroy or damage property with a gasoline bomb. A hooded Waylett was reportedly caught on camera chugging down a bottle of champagne and wielding the bomb in question during the 2011 riots, which led to »
Jamie Waylett, best known for his role as Vincent Crabbe in the Harry Potter movies, has been sentenced to jail for his involvement in riot violence last summer. Waylett was arrested for his activities with a gang of at least four others during the London riots in August 2011. The actor was found guilty by a jury at the London Wood Green Crown Court for violent disorder and for handling stolen goods. The 22-year-old actor has received separate two-year and 12-month sentences, to run concurrently. He will be eligible for possible parole in a year. Judge (more) »
- By Zeba Blay
Jamie Waylett -- the guy who played Vincent Crabbe in the "Harry Potter" movies -- has been sentenced to spend Two Years in a British prison for participating in the London riots last year. As we previously reported, cops believed Waylett was packing a Molotov cocktail while looting champagne from a drug store during the London riots on August 8th.Waylett was later identified by video footage after the incident ... and cops eventually arrested him on Sept. »
- TMZ Staff
Harry Potter star Jamie Waylett appeared in court on Monday to face accusations he intended to destroy property with a petrol bomb during the London riots last year.
The 22 year old, who starred as bully Vincent Crabbe in the wizard franchise, is accused of handling the bomb during clashes in the Chalk Farm area of the city.
Prosecutor Rebekah Hummerstone also told Wood Green Crown Court the actor had swigged from a bottle of champagne which had been looted from a supermarket.
She said, "He accepted a bottle of sparkling wine from a friend who is also seen on the footage carrying a number of bottles... He agreed he had been handed a bottle of champagne to drink out of... He also agreed he had been carrying a petrol bomb and said he was asked by other people to carry it. He had some trouble with them in the past and felt obliged to comply."
According to police interview, the actor insisted he was "fascinated" by the riots which swept across the U.K. capital last August, but denied taking part in the violence.
Waylett denies charges of having an article with intent to destroy or damage property and violent disorder.
The trial continues. »
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