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Eminem’s Adopted Daughter’s Dad Sentenced To Prison For Drug Possession

Eminem’s Adopted Daughter’s Dad Sentenced To Prison For Drug Possession
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Jul. 12 2019, Updated 7:56 p.m. ET

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The dad of Eminem’s adopted daughter Whitney has been sentenced to prison, RadarOnline.com can reveal.

According to court documents, on July 3, Eric Hartter pleaded guilty to being a prisoner possessing contraband as a fourth time habitual offender.

Hartter, 40, was sentenced to 153 days in jail and credited for 93 days. He must now spend the next two months behind bars. A judge also ordered him to serve two years probation.

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As Radar previously reported, Hartter, who had Whitney, 17, with Eminem’s ex-wife, Kim Scott, first ran into legal trouble in December 2018 after he and two accomplices were arrested for allegedly stealing about $200 worth of Red Bull from a CVS. He pleaded no contest.

However, while in jail, he was arrested a second time for felony contraband involving Fentanyl or methamphetamine.

Hartter was supposed to appear in that case for sentencing April 17, but he added yet another incident to his rap sheet after he allegedly skipped out on his scheduled court date and a warrant was issued for his arrest.

He was taken into custody on a bench warrant May 28 by Detroit police.

Not only did Hartter not have a valid driver’s license, but the situation grew worse for him when officers discovered his felony warrant out of Macomb County.

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