Lou Pearlman, the impresario behind boy bands like Backstreet Boys and O-Town, has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for conspiracy and money laundering. The big, fat, blustering Floridian bilked banks and private investors out of $300 million over the past twenty years. (Incidentally, Pearlman has also been accused of getting a mite molesty with the young lads in his bands.) Now he'll stand in a prison yard, staring at the little house across the way, the happy family enjoying the day. He'll sigh and say "I want it that way."
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