Eminem Arrested For Sexual Assault!? 'MMLP2' Rapper Impersonator 'The Real Slim Maybe' (Charles Blair) Jailed For Molesting Drunk Partier [VIDEO]

By Danica Bellini, Mstars Associate Editor | Jul 06, 2014 10:21 AM EDT
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Reports confirm that just a few months ago, rapper Eminem's infamous impersonator Charles Blair (aka, "The Real Slim Maybe") was arrested for sexual assault. He ultimately pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 20 months in jail.

Blair is a 36-year-old DJ from Plymouth, Devon in the UK. He's best-known for his live tributes to the infamous MMLP2 emcee. He also performs under the name "Moo Mac."

Apparently, Blair "took advantage" of an intoxicated 26-year-old woman after she left the city's popular nightclub, Voodoo Lounge (on January 24, 2014). Crown Prosecution Service rep Sean Brunton claims that the unidentified victim left her group of friends “paralytically drunk” after having consumed “ten different alcoholic drinks."

Blair later approached her on the streets and offered to walk her home. Once there, Blair sexually molested and groped the female on her own doorstep. He even took explicit photos with his cellphone - and the entire attack was captured on footage (via CCTV).

Apparently the woman then passed-out, so Blair forcefully took her back to his place, where he continued the assault. The victim claims she had "very little recollection of the incident," but woke up naked in Blair's bed. He was still molesting her (via Plymouth Herald). She quickly grabbed her clothes and left with "strong feelings of anger and upset." Blair was arrested on February 4th.

The shocking footage was later played in court, where Blair was initially charged with rape and then sexual assault by penetration. He eventually admitted to two counts of sexual, and sentenced to 20 months in jail.

Police described Blair as "very callous and unpleasant," while investigating officer DC Simon Rawlinson said, "Blair picked his victim who was vulnerable and incapable of defending herself."

Rawlinson later warned, "Although Plymouth is a safe place to live, women are reminded not to walk home alone at night and to think about how they're getting home before they go out."

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