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'Amish Mafia' star gets sent to prison for driving with suspended license

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"Amish Mafia" is about to come back for season three and now they are making headlines but not for a good reason. On Feb. 22, Enstarz shared that John Schmucker was arrested for driving with a suspended license. Trouble seems to follow this show around.

This was his 10th time to be in trouble for driving without a license. You would think he would eventually learn his lesson, but so far nothing has worked. Now John will be spending three months in prison and will also have to pay a fine of $1,000. He is supposed to start his time in prison on March 31, but of course they will appeal it. He is hoping to not spend any time in jail at all.

There were cameras around so it is very possible that John Schmucker's legal problems could end up airing on the show "Amish Mafia." Fans would love to see this all play out on camera. Season three of this show will start airing on Discovery on Feb. 25.

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