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Wednesday, 19 January 2022 05:54 GMT

Miley Cyrus Emmy date wanted by Oregon police


(MENAFN- Khaleej Times) Jesse Helt was arrested on charges of criminal mischief criminal trespass and burglary in 2010.The young homeless man who accompanied Miley Cyrus to the MTV Video Music Awards has a warrant out for his arrest in Oregon.

Jesse Helt 22 (pictured above with Cyrus) was arrested on charges of criminal mischief criminal trespass and burglary in 2010. According to court records he broke into the apartment of a man who had been selling what Helt believed to be bad marijuana.

Helt who was 18 at the time pleaded guilty to criminal mischief and criminal trespass both misdemeanours and was sentenced to 30 days in jail and probation. The arrest warrant was issued in November 2011 after he violated probation.

Helt moved to Los Angeles and lived on the streets while trying to find work as a model. He gained worldwide attention on Sunday when Cyrus let him accept her award for video of the year. Helt who met Cyrus through the Hollywood homeless centre My Friend’s Place used the platform to call attention to the issue of youth homelessness.

“I am accepting this award on behalf of the 1.6 million runaways and homeless youth in the United States who are starving lost and scared for their lives right now” Helt said. “I know this because I am one of these people.”

Polk County Director of Community Corrections Martin Silbernagel said on Tuesday officials are trying to locate Helt and arrest him. He said Helt repeatedly failed to meet with his probation officer.

Linda Helt Jesse’s mother told reporters on Monday that Cyrus had given her son some money and he was flying home for a visit.

Sheriff’s detective John Williams went to the mother’s Salem home on Tuesday but did not find Helt.

As Helt’s moment in the sun took a dark twist Cyrus said via Twitter: “People who are homeless have lived very hard lives. Jesse included.” She then asked: “Does looking down upon the homeless help people excuse their inaction”


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