Just a few months after he got out of prison in March 2016, “hot felon” Jeremy Meeks is showing off his new life as a model and family man.
Several recent social media posts highlight his successes, including one of him celebrating his eight-year anniversary with his wife as they rang in the New Year.
Meeks first gained viral fame in 2014 when his mugshot was posted on the Stockton Police Department's Facebook page.
Two and a half years later, the 32-year-old Meeks is apparently living the good life as he poses with his $125,000 Maserati in front of a mansion.
“Good to be home,” he captioned his Instagram post.
In another pic, Meeks can be seen posing shirtless in front of his mansion.
“God is good,” he wrote about the photo.
Of note, Meeks received a 27-month jail term in 2015 for illegally possessing firearms and ammo, carrying a loaded firearm in public and criminal gang activity.
Originally from Stockton, California, Meeks was brought up in a poor household. He says he drifted into criminal activity when he became involved with the Northern Crips.
Meeks eventually married a nurse named Melissa, who already had two children, and also has a son with his wife.
Taking advantage of his good looks, Meeks signed with talent agency White Cross Management around a year ago, and manager Jim Jordan said Meeks has gotten dozens of offers from all across the globe.
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