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“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” star Ice-T was plainly in a recent interview about his days as a bank and a jewelry store robber, before he was famous.
Ice-T, whose real name is Tracy Marrow, has been open in the past about a life of crime before he became an actor. The 61-year-old star sat down to the final match of the season, of that There is Who WE are, and the tv series “Untold Stories of the Hip-Hop,” in which the star opened up about the performance of both armed and unarmed robbery some years ago.
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“The fact is — if that’s not enough, I was robbed,” Ice-T admits. “We have been robbed, usually the jewelry shops, and we started off out of focus.”
“How can you rob a bank without a armed?” the host asked.
“You don’t have to rob a bank, you rob the jewelry stores without armed, and could be running with sledgehammers,” he says while laughing. “Just walk in, ‘Hey, hey, everybody. Everyone, please back away from the case. It’s a bash.'”
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While the actor seems to be funny about it in the past, crime capers, he makes the comment that the fans shouldn’t be inspired by illegal activity.
“Well, I don’t recommend it, because it is easy for a person to be killed and shot, and that killing you will be for some time,” he said. “Well, fortunately, I thought of all the mistakes.”
“I don’t want to talk about it too much,” he continued, when pressed for more information. “Do you know what it is, it’s a very difficult thing, because I have people still in jail. They say that they don’t have to do it, I’m on TV.”
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The ice was more open about his life of crime on The “Adam Carolla Podcast” in 2012, where he thanked the AMERICAN justice system in order to have the statute of limitations on some of the crimes that he committed in the early 1980’s.