Cee Lo Green termed ‘humble’ in probation report
Singer and music producer Cee Lo Green got great probation report earlier Monday in his felony drug incident, with one counselor saying that his “humbleness” as well as deep connection to homeless military vets tangled in his court-ordered community help.
The Grammy Award-winning music star, whose actual name is Thomas Callaway, has already finished seventy nine hours with Volunteers of America working with low-income seniors and homeless veterans at a facility on the Skid Row located in downtown LA, said his probation officer.
In a letter attached to the official report, his counselor told that it requires to be noted that Mr. Callaway’s experiences at VOA have been extremely impactful and ‘griss’ for his therapy. Often, he turn emotional when describing the ‘plights’ of the vets they often discuss when his community works hours are finished.
She also told that Green, now 39, also comes to be consistent and stable in his court ordered individual therapy sessions with her. She wrote: “He shows up and demonstrates a genuine humbleness not often seen by artists that have achieved this type of success.”
The report suggest that Cee Loo Green has finished is seventy two hours of community service with a foundation that gives social services to indigent musicians as well as attended thirty one hours of individual private counseling periods.
Green stays on probation after beseeching no contest back in August to slipping ecstasy to a woman in the year 2012.