'She looks so pretty like she’s not meant to be in jail': Fans go gaga over Asian Doll's viral prison mug

Asian Doll posted her mugshot on November 4, stating that she would be serving a 45-day jail sentence for overspeeding and a prior infraction

'She looks so pretty like she’s not meant to be in jail': Fans go gaga over Asian Doll's viral prison mug
Asian Doll's most recent mugshot from prison has gone viral on social media (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images; asiandabrat/Instagram)
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ATLANTA, GEORGIA: Asian Doll's most recent mugshot has gone viral on social media after the rapper revealed that she was still being held by police in Atlanta. On October 29, the Dallas rapper, whose real name is Misharron Jermeisha Allen, was pulled over for speeding. When she pulled over, police discobvered she was operating a vehicle without a valid license and that a bench warrant had been issued for her arrest for a prior infraction. Asian Doll shared on social media shortly after being held that she had been stopped while traveling to a concert in Mobile, Alabama. She would have to wait until Monday, October 31 to face a judge, the rapper stated at that time.

Later that day, she provided her followers with an update via a post on her Instagram Stories, according to Aceshowbiz. She wrote, “Bond was denied! Still in jail. Sorry to all my fans about the shows I missed. Love y’all, be back soon.” Asian Doll posted her mugshot on Friday, November 4, stating that she will be serving a 45-day jail sentence and that, it was unknown to her, the bench warrant had been issued in 2021. “I was wanted for one whole year and didn’t even know. Be back in 45 days. See y’all soon,” she wrote. 

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Asian Doll was seen in the photo wearing what appeared to be a prison uniform. However, her stunning looks and striking eye makeup were what caught attention. One user wrote on Twitter, “She looks so pretty like she’s not meant to be in jail." “Damn I'd commit arson to be locked away w her,” another added. Someone wrote, “How she still got her wig and lashes on. Then again this could've been before she was taken back. Cause they definitely made me wash my hair and take a shower before being put in a pod. Going in front of the judge the next morning was so embarrassing.” “No matter what, the face is there,” yet another user remarked. 

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Asian Doll has continued to use social media despite her legal issues. She has gone live in the days since her most recent arrest to prove to admirers that she has been able to keep up the glamor displayed in her mugshot. She also used social media to criticize those closest to her, stating that if her loved ones had been there for her, she could have been able to return home.

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She wrote, “Everybody that literally left me in jail, just know I won’t be here forever and when I come home it will be the start of something new. I will remember everybody I called that didn’t answer or text back. I was the type to give anything and everything to anyone that I love & to see the same energy not applied to me is heartbreaking. Everybody that smiled in my face and told me they got me, they gone.”

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