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from www.ocweekly.com- Sarah Marie Faas, representing herself in an Orange County courtroom on Jan. 22, pleaded guilty to one count of misdemeanor possession of a meth pipe, a first-time offense that can be wiped from her record if she meets certain conditions over the next three months.
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As the Weekly reported at the time, Faas was apprehended in an Irvine backyard early this past Dec. 5 and cited for drug paraphernalia possession by Irvine police that had followed a stolen Mercedes Benz she was a passenger in.
The 31-year-old Los Angeles resident was cited, booked and released but not otherwise linked to an identity theft investigation sparked because the car stolen out of Panorama City contained various phony credit cards and driver’s licenses, Irvine police said at the time. The driver was among three men who would be arrested on various felony theft counts.
Faas, who as Carmella Bing has appeared in around 140 adult films with titles like Licensed to Blow, Busty Beauties Flotation Devices and A Big Tit Christmas, can have the misdemeanor expunged if by April 22 she has no more law violations, completes a six-hour drug education class and submits a DNA sample, according to Farrah Emami, the Orange County District Attorney’s office spokeswoman.
The driver of the stolen Benz, Michael Harding, 34, has a pretrial hearing scheduled Feb. 20 on felony car theft with a prior conviction (in 2004), four felony counts of receiving stolen property, felony I.D. theft, two felony counts of second degree burglary, misdemeanor fraudulent use of an access card and a sentencing enhancement for crime-bail-crime, meaning he allegedly committed a crime while out on bail for another crime.
James Deroze, a 27-year-old parolee suspected of possessing a phony DMV Identification, and Phillip Alano, 29, who was accused of possessing the personal information of more than 10 identity theft victims, were also arrested in the Irvine police investigation.