Wynonna Judd’s daughter, Grace Pauline Kelley, is going to jail for eight years after she violated her parole in November of 2017. According to documents obtained by the organization, RadarOnline.com, the country star’s young daughter, 22, is going to jail after she violated parole in relation to her initial arrest for drug production and intention to traffic.
RadarOnline reports that the superstar’s child has frequented prison over and over again both in Tennessee and in Alabama for drug-related charges in the last 24 months.
Kelley has been getting into trouble with the authorities repeatedly ever since they busted her for the first time in a Walgreens in Nashville, Tennessee.
In a report from The Daily Mail, Kelley – the daughter of Judd and Arch Kelley – was detained by the police for having an improperly installed license plate in a parking lot of the drugstore.
When the police were speaking with Kelley and her boyfriend, the authorities discovered that they were in possession of both pseudoephedrine and Coleman fuel – common ingredients for homemade methamphetamine production.
And just twelve months later, the police arrested her again in Alabama and they cited her as a fugitive of the law. In May 2017, Kelley pleaded guilty to cooking and selling methamphetamine.
Even though she was supposed to go to prison for one year, she ended up serving just a probationary sentence after a month behind bars.
Following her detainment for thirty days, she had to enter a court-ordered drug program but then broke the probationary stipulations, resulting in a sentence of eight years.
A spokesperson for Williamson County said to Radar Online that the defendant was kicked out of the recovery court program on the 21st of November, 2017. If Kelley serves the entirety of her sentence, she’ll get out of prison in 2025, but she’s eligible for parole in 2019.