Skip to comments.EXCLUSIVE — Ex-WPTV Weatherman Settling in Everglades State Prison [Had Sex with Boys]
Posted on 02/09/2014 11:31:20 AM PST by SoFloFreeper
MIAMI Former WPTV-Channel 5 weatherman Rob Lopicola was just welcomed into the medium security state prison thats likely to be his home for the next three years.
Its yet another Gossip Extra exclusive: The 43-year-old ex-Palm Beach County TV personality, who was convicted of lewd and lascivious conduct and sentenced to 56 months behind bars in December, was assigned the serial number B12448 and is being housed at the Everglades Correctional Institution in the far southern outskirts of Miami.
According to state documents, Lopicola could be free to go on March 6, 2017 and maybe a little sooner if he behaves. He received credit for his 17 months at the Palm Beach County lockup while awaiting trial...
Lopicola was one of the areas most popular weather forecasters when, in 2005, he was mysteriously fired from the NBC affiliate.
During his trial for sex with two underage boys, Lopicola admitted he was fired for sending naked selfies to a man who didnt appreciate the photos.
(Excerpt) Read more at gossipextra.com ...
What a corrupt media.
He’s going to be the “Belle of the Ball.”
Yep, hope they gave him a nice fluffy pillow, he’s gonna need it
Only 56 months for destroying these boys lives and the lives of their families! No wonder pediphiles continue to be a problem in every city. God protect our children.
I wonder what’s the over/under on him being “Dahmered”?
He should be hanged.
That's anal rape, right?
Today’s forecast, partly cloudy with a 50% chance of prison rape.
A fine NBC product.
Hope he likes it black.
I hate the way the liberal media always terms the anal rape of children by homosexuals as “having sex with boys.”
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