Snoop Dogg’s Probation Ends Early

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May 26, 2011 | 9:00pm EST

Rap superstar Snoop Dogg is no longer on probation for a 2006 drug arrest – a Los Angeles judge has ended his sentence 11 months early.
The Drop It Like It’s Hot hitmaker found himself in trouble with the law after a police search of his car allegedly turned up cocaine, marijuana and a gun following a performance on TV. He was ordered to be on his best behavior for 60 months.

But Snoop Dogg no longer has to worry about limiting his lifestyle – on Thursday, a judge approved the rapper’s request for early termination of his probation.

His attorney Donald Etra tells TMZ.com the star is “pleased” about the ruling, although he has not given a reason for the petition.

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