Jazz Responds To Swapping Cash For Suspicious Substance Photos With Stoner Quote
Beloved transgender star Jazz Jennings was caught on camera swapping cash for an herb-like substance in photos exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com. Now, the I Am Jazz star is speaking out on the possible drug deal!
Jennings, 17, rode her bike to Poinciana Park in Coral Springs, Florida on December 6. A man, whose identity has been protected pending comment, parked his car in the lot.
“She parked her bike next to his car,” an onlooker exclusively told RadarOnline.com. “He was leaning on the front of his car and she walked over to where he was. As she reached into her purse, you could see his open palm containing a substance of some sort.”
As she gave the man a handshake, he “dropped the bag into her purse while taking the money out of her hand.”
“She immediately walked around the car and went back to her bike,” the source said once the 10-second exchange was complete. “She seemed more concerned about getting it done than seeing if other people were looking.”
Jennings seemingly responded to the photos by pinning a tweet from December 8.
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“’Don’t worry about a thing, ‘cause every little thing is gonna be all right.’ –Bob Marley,” she wrote.
The late singer is known for his heavy marijuana use.
Public Information Officer Tyler Reik from the Coral Springs Police Department told RadarOnline.com that marijuana is the “most common drug” in Jennings’ area.
“People carry small amounts,” he told RadarOnline.com. “People tend to carry that more often since it’s legal in some states. But it is not legal here.”
The PIO added, “Any amount of marijuana is illegal. Any amount can be a citation or arrest. Under 20 grams is a misdemeanor. State law is under 20 grams can be a diversion program and citation. But any amount from 1 gram to 150 grams can still be arrestable on a case-by-case basis.”
A rep for Jennings declined to comment on the photos.
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