Former Home Improvement Star Taran Noah Smith Convicted Of DUI And Weed Possession

Oh noz! Everyone’s favorite non-JTT Home Improvement cast member Taran Noah Smith has been convicted of driving under the influence and hash possession following his super avoidable arrest earlier this year.

If you will recall, Smith’s lack of a proper childhood caused him to make a beginner’s mistake when hot boxing his Honda Accord, which led to him being charged with marijuana possession and a DUI, even though he was parked at the time. In court yesterday, he pled “guilty” to the possession charge and “no contest” to the DUI, because really, sitting in a parked car should not count as driving.

For his crimes, Smith was sentenced to a 12-hour DUI program, a 6-month “don’t smoke weed” program (yeah right, look at him), and three years of probation, at the end of which Tim Allen will give him a heartfelt speech about how he’s allowed to mess up and he will still love him unconditionally.

Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Zachery Ty Bryan could not be reached for comment, as they are both currently busy living normal lives, trying to avoid becoming Hollywood cliches, and hiding their rapidly receding cuteness from the prying eyes of the paparazzi. As all smart former child stars know, the worst part of getting arrested is replacing that adorable kid that still lives in all of our hearts with a slightly odd-looking adult.

(Via TMZ)

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    • Miller Cerasuolo

      Former star of the hit TV show
      Home Improvement, Taran Noah Smith, has pled guilty to possession of hash and
      pled no contest and found guilty of driving under the influence. Officers
      noticed Smith when he was sitting his in Honda Accord, which was unfortunately
      parked directly in front of a fire hydrant. When police approached the
      vehicle, they were met with a strong odor of cannabis. Smith was assigned
      to a 12-hour DUI program and a 6-month diversion program for the drug
      charge. He is scheduled to appear in court in June for a status update.