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‘Silent Hill’ and ‘Pulp Fiction’ Writer Sentenced in Fatal DUI Crash

The Oscar-winning screenwriter of Pulp Fiction has been sentenced to a year in jail for causing a fatal traffic crash in Southern California. Roger Avary, who was currently penning Silent Hill 2 for Columbia Pictures, was sentenced Tuesday in a Ventura court. He also received five years of probation. Avary pleaded guilty in August to gross vehicular manslaughter and drunken driving for the 2008 crash that killed a passenger in Avary’s Mercedes in Ventura County. Authorities say Avary’s car was traveling at more than 100 mph when it crashed into a telephone pole. Avary’s wife was ejected from the vehicle and was treated for non-life-threatening injuries. Avary and Quentin Tarantino share the 1995 Academy Award for writing Pulp Fiction. Drinking and driving, one thing that makes me sick to my stomach more than nearly anything else. Avary, you’re a piece of sh*t.
Got to do what they all do and show the worst possible pic. LOL

Roger Avary



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