Club melee nets C-Murder 10 more years

August 25, 2009 3:02:14 PM PDT
Weeks after Corey "C-Murder" Miller was sentenced to life in prison, the rapper has drawn 10 more years in prison for firing into a Baton Rouge, La., nightclub after an argument. The 38-year-old Miller received the 10-year sentence on Tuesday from state Judge Tony Marabella as part of a plea deal the rapper signed in May.

Miller pleaded no contest to two counts of attempted second-degree murder for trying to shoot a nightclub owner and a bouncer after he refused to be searched in August 2001.

In an unrelated case, Miller was convicted Aug. 11 of second-degree murder for the January 2002 shooting death of a teenage fan in a New Orleans-area nightclub.

The sentences in the two cases will run consecutively. Miller is appealing the murder conviction.

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