Looks like Jesse Helt—the homeless man who accepted Miley Cyrus’ award for Video of the Year at the 2014 Video Music Awards—may be getting a roof over his head very soon… in the big house.
It has since been revealed there’s a warrant out for the 22-year-old’s arrest—issued in 2011 by a judge in his native Oregon—for repeatedly violating the terms of his probation.
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While Jesse is planning on returning home to his mother in the near future (Miley even hooked him up with a plane ticket), the reunion could be clouded by tragedy as he could be arrested on arrival.
The young man was put on probation after an October 2011 arrest for attempting to break into an apartment in Salem, Ore., where he was charged with criminal trespassing and criminal mischief.
According to court documents, he allegedly violated his probation repeatedly—“by failing to take a drug test, using marijuana, failing to report to his probation officer, breaching his curfew, and not completing community service.”
So how did a young, homeless criminal end up on the arm of America’s biggest pop star? According to a new report, Miley “auditioned” six or seven homeless youths before settling on Jesse.
And it shouldn’t come as a surprise that he was more than comfortable in front of the camera—as he worked as a model after leaving his hometown in Oregon.