Downtown Matsumoto Hitoshi  was sentenced to 1 year and 6 months in prison by the Drug Control Law on the 6th at Fuji Television's "Wide Na Show" [Sunday 10:00 am] on the 9th, and a 3 year suspended sentence on the 6th. He said Erika Sawajiri  "should enter prison."
Defendant Sawajiri denied returning to work at the first trial last month, saying he was "ineligible." On the other hand, his office held the attitude, "I will discuss it in the future." Matsumoto commented, "The office is protected."
Many commentators from the celebrities who defend Sawajiri said, "It is said that celebrities are sweet to celebrities, but the law is sweet. Even though they say that they have been doing medicine for many years since their teens, That's why I've decided to stay in probation in one year and six months. If I've been working for years, I think I should go to jail. "
Pierre Taki , who was arrested in March last year under the Drug Control Law and sentenced to one year and six months in prison and three years in prison in July, resumes performing arts during the postponement. It has been revealed that he will return later this month with the shooting of the movie "Zocchi" [released next year].
Matsumoto also said, "You can work more and more during the probation and pay the tax, which is one of the three major obligations of the people.