LOS ANGELES, July 14 (Reuters) – A Los Angeles blogger who leaked new Guns N’ Roses songs on the Internet before their official release on the band’s first new album in seventeen years, was sentenced to two months of home confinement on Tuesday.
Kevin Cogill also received one year’s probation and must appear in an anti-piracy commercial under the terms of his plea deal with federal prosecutors.
Haven’t heard a lick of that Guns ‘n Roses CD. Still rockin’ the hell out of that Live ERA CD, though.
What’s with the add-on of getting this dude into an anti-piracy commercial, though? I mean, when he comes on this commercial, is anyone going to actually recognize who he is? Hey, that’s the dude who had to stay in his house for leakin’ that album, man. Whoa, his life sure went down hill!.
Yeah, not sure that conversation is happening.