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…you can’t take the hood out of the girl.

Our girl Snoop, aka Felicia Pearson of HBO’s award-winning drama The Wire pleaded guilty on Monday to conspiring to distribute heroin.

Damn man.

According to the Associated Press, Pearson, 31, entered the plea a day before her trial was set to begin. Judge Lawrence Fletcher-Hill accepted the plea, suspending a seven-year sentence with credit for time served and ordering three years of supervised probation with provisions for out-of-state travel for work.

Her attorney, Benjamin C. Sutley, said outside the courthouse that the plea lets Pearson move on with her acting career rather than spending more than a year fighting the charges.

“I can’t say she would have been found not guilty,” said Sutley, who was interrupted by Pearson: “I would have been found not guilty.”

Pearson was one of more than 60 people arrested in March in a pre-dawn drug raid in Baltimore that was part of a large-scale, five-month drug investigation that was conducted by local, state and federal law enforcement.

The federal indictment said that members of the conspiracy had bought heroin from New York and marijuana from California and sold the drugs on the streets of Baltimore since 2008.

All I’m saying is that some people are given opportunities others can only dream about and still they can’t get it right.  I’m not saying she’s guilty (deep sigh) but she sure as hell ain’t innocent.  How many people do you know that accidentally wind up involved in a drug raid and under a federal indictment?  That’s all I’m saying.