Famous mug shots: Will Donald Trump’s pic become part of this group of celebrity arrest photographs?
The multiple indictments of the former president will lead to one of the most famous mug shots in history; the first for a US president.
Donald Trump is set to surrender to Georgian state authorities on Thursday. It is widely expected he will get his first mugshot for the third criminal case facing the former president.
Fulton County Sheriff Patrick Labat told reporters that Trump will be given no special treatment.
“It doesn’t matter your status, we’ll have a mugshot ready for you,” he said.
Whether it will happen or not has yet to be confirmed but if a mugshot is taken it will undoubtedly be one of the most famous images of all time.
Here are some of the other big names that have been booked by police in the past.
Justin Bieber’s most notable arrest took place in 2014, in Miami Beach, Florida. At the time, he was arrested for driving under the influence, driving with an expired license, and resisting arrest without violence.
Bieber later admitted to consuming alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drugs before driving. He pleaded guilty to the charges and was sentenced to community service and a fine.
Robert Downey Jr.
The actor had a well-publicised struggle with addiction in the 1990s that resulted in several arrests and stints in rehab. He was arrested multiple times for drug-related offenses, including possession of cocaine, heroin, and marijuana, and for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
One of his most notorious arrests occurred in 1996 when he was pulled over for speeding and found to be in possession of heroin, cocaine, and an unloaded handgun. He was sentenced to three years in prison.
Downey Jr. has successfully rebuilt his career since then.
The former child star has previous arrests for theft, driving under the influence and probation violations. She was first arrested in 2007 and has a number of mug shots from the five years after.
Since then Lohan has begun to turn her life around and has signed a multi-film deal with Netflix.
The singer had a few well-known arrests during his career, the most notable of which occurred in 1938 when he was arrested for carrying on with a married woman. At the time, adultery was considered a crime in New Jersey, where the incident took place, and Sinatra was charged with “seduction.”
He was eventually released on $1,500 bail, and the charges were dropped after the woman’s husband refused to testify against him.
The head of Microsoft was arrested twice in the 1970s for driving without a license. The silhouette was used as the default profile picture on Microsoft Outlook in 2010.