Poor Jay!

‘Clerks’ actor ordered drug rehab
FREEHOLD, N.J. (AP) — Jason Mewes, who played a pot-smoking slacker in the Kevin Smith films “Clerks” and “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back,” has been ordered to complete drug rehabilitation or face jail.
Mewes, 28, who failed to report for a court hearing stemming from a 1999 heroin conviction, had a warrant issued for his arrest in December 2001.
On Tuesday, he surrendered and pleaded guilty to probation violation charges.
He admitted failing to report to his probation officer, take drug tests or undergo counseling. He also admitted leaving the state without permission and lying to his probation officer.
Superior Court Judge Michael D. Farren ordered Mewes to begin treatment within 10 days at Discovery House, a rehabilitation center in Marlboro.
Mewes, a Highlands native now living in Hollywood, Calif., must complete the program before he’s allowed to leave New Jersey, Farren said.
If he violates his parole again, he faces up to five years in prison.
Mewes, who didn’t speak during the hearing, declined comment afterward.