‘Love After Lockup’ Tracie Wagaman Out of Jail – Faces 99 Years Behind Bars

Love After Lockup fan-favorite felon Tracie Wagaman is a free woman once again. According to Tarrant County Texas jail records, she bonded out today, but there’s no word on whether it was her husband Clint Brady that bailed her out. This latest arrest was a couple’s affair with both Clint and Tracie winding up in the slammer. She was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance and Clint with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. He bonded out rapdily for less than $500 while she languished in jail for more than two weeks following their August 6 arrests.

Love After Lockup: Tracie Wagaman Out of Jail For Now – Faces Stiff Charges

A quick glance at Tracie Wagaman’s lengthy rap sheet shows a variety of charges from driving unlicensed to bad checks to failure to appear and bail jumping. And, of course, drug-related arrests. The Love After Lockup celeb’s public criminal record spans back to at least 1998 when she was just 18. Of course, there’s no telling if Tracie also had a juvenile record as those would be sealed. But most of her adult life has been a series of crimes and punishments ranging from misdemeanors to felonies.

As Clint Brady so aptly told his mom Alice Brady on Love After Lockup, “it’s the motherf***ing crack”. Now, Tracie Wagaman’s charged with POCS PG1 4g-200g. That’s legalese in Texas for possession of a controlled substance from penalty group one of the Texas Controlled Substances Act. On that list is heroin plus cocaine and derivatives including (you guessed it), MF crack. This 2nd degree felony normally sentences out to 2-20 years behind bars.

It seems clear as a repeat offender, Tracie’s looking at jail time. So she and Clint may revert back from Love After Lockup to MeetAnInmate.com status.

Life After Lockup: Third Strike Carries Up to 99 Years in Prison

But, remember that WEtv’s Love After Lockup star Tracie Wagaman’s a repeat offender. With a history of prior felony convictions, Texas applies a three strikes law that upgrades any subsequent arrest on that charge to a 1st degree felony which is punishable by five to 99 (yes 99!) years in prison. Plus, there’s a fine up to $10,000 on top of the prison term. Tracie’s due back in court on September 5 at 9 am for her first appearance. The good news is, she’s got a lawyer because it sounds like she’ll need it.

Life After Lockup sweethearts Clint and Tracie were busted around 1 am on August 6 in a Kroger parking lot acting sketchy in a Chevy Camaro. Now, the Love After Lockup husband is out on bond and probably facing a slap on the wrist. Plus, his parents have money and a history of bailing him out of bad situations. So, they’ll likely take care of him. Tracie Wagaman, however, is another story. Perhaps Clint Brady’s bankrolling her defense and bail. But it was just a few weeks ago the two were desperately selling their possessions for cash.

Love After Lockup: Tracie Wagaman

Tracie Calls Out “Haters” For Accusing Her of Being on Drugs One Week Before Arrest

Life After Lockup‘s Tracie Wagaman claimed she and Clint were selling off their stuff in preparation of a move. However, it seems strange they had 10 TVs to sell since they were living in a tiny house. Many Love After Lockup fans thought the duo might be using the funds for illicit purposes. As of now, neither Clint Brady nor his goddess Tracie Wagaman have updated on social media after they bonded out of jail. Clint’s last post was a pic of the two with their dog captioned “real love” back on July 21, weeks before their arrests.

Of interest is that Tracie’s last Instagram post was a video promoting her new Cameo sideline on July 31. In that video, she ironically mentioned “haters’ crazy accusations” just seven days before her most recent drug-related arrest. So perhaps those accusations weren’t so crazy. Be sure to check back often for more updates on the legal troubles Clint Brady and bride Tracie Wagaman now face.

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