Love After Lockup Andrea & Lamondre spoilers, plus his criminal history & mug shots

Love After Lockup Lamondre mug shots arrest history criminal record

On last week’s season premiere of Love After Lockup, WE tv introduced viewers to Andrea and Lamondre. Lamondre, who sees himself as Daytona’s gold-grilled 21st century Scarface, is serving time for cocaine possession (among other things). The aspiring 33-year-old crime boss revealed that a little thing like prison bars isn’t going to keep him and his bae from being successful as he boldly boasted to the camera that #Lamandrea “could be bigger than Jay and BeyoncĂ©.”

So what is the current status of Lamondre-Z and AndreyoncĂ©? Unfortunately, Florida prison records indicate that Lamondre is still behind bars with his “current release date” listed as May 18, 2026.

Having a release date seven years from now may have Love After Lockup viewers wondering what in the world Lamondre and Andrea are doing on the show, but it’s important to note that the 2026 date looks to be when Lamondre will fully complete his sentence. Most prisoners are eligible for early release and parole well before their scheduled release date.


 
 

My guess is that Lamondre (and Andrea, and WE tv) were optimistic that Lamondre would be getting out sooner — whether it was because of the success of his legal wrangling (info below), or just an early release on parole. Obviously, neither of those things happened. The end result will be much like Lizzie from Season 1 in that Lamondre will not be freed this season.

For those curious about the details on Lamondre’s charges that he is currently serving time for, here is a break down:

Offense date: December 17, 2010
Fleeing and eluding a law enforcement officer
Third degree felony
Sentence: 15 years

Offense date: January 7, 2011
Sale or delivery of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a place of worship or convenience business
First degree felony
Sentence: 15 years

Love After Lockup Lamondre and Andrea are Jay-Z Beyonce

Offense date: June 19, 2011
Fleeing and eluding a law enforcement officer
Third degree felony
Sentence: 15 years

Offense date: July 14, 2011
Possession of cocaine
Third degree felony
Sentence: 5 years

Offense date: November 17, 2011
Sale of cocaine
Second degree felony
Sentence: 15 years



Offense date: April 19, 2012
Use of a two-way communications device to commit a felony
Third degree felony
Sentence: 3 years

Offense date: April 19, 2012
Sale or delivery of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a place of worship or convenience business
First degree felony
Sentence: 3 years

Offense date: July 24, 2012
Money Laundering more than $20,000, less than $100,000
Second Degree Felony
Sentence: 3 years




If you add up all the sentences, the total is 74 YEARS!

Despite managing to potentially shave off 59 YEARS off his prison sentence, Lamar was apparently still unhappy with the deal. He has filed numerous motions since his sentencing, including one motion to back out of the plea deal. He is also asking for a new trial, due in part to the alleged incompetence of his attorney(s).

To Lamondre’s credit, I read the court transcript and it did seem as though the plea deal was a spur-of-the-moment deal arranged by the judge and the attorney for some of Lamondre’s cases — but not all of them. (Lamondre had a paid attorney for some of his cases, and a public defender for the others. The public defender was not present in court when the impromptu plea deal was agreed to, and neither was one of the prosecutors.)

Love After Lockup Lamondre Scarface of Daytona

Lamondre seemed confused and suspicious about the deal, and mentioned that he had previously been informed that there was a deal on the table in which he only served ten years. However, his attorney that was present indicated that the ten-year deal would involve Lamondre cooperating with police. That was something he WAS NOT going to do.

“I ain’t complying with no police,” Lamondre told the judge. “I mean, he said ten, but I ain’t talking to no police. That ain’t going to get it.”

Apparently, there was also another deal offered to Lamondre previously. He made a counter offer and claims that he was never informed of the prosecutor rejecting that counter. As a result, the prosecutor’s offer was rescinded — an offer that was apparently better than the one Lamondre eventually took. This lack of communication is just one of the many instances of incompetence that Lamondre cites in legal filings in hopes of getting a new trial.




It’s unclear if Lamondre and Andrea are still together, but both of them are loving the attention from being on the show so much that I cannot imagine them breaking up and jeopardizing their chance to come back for another season.

I will wrap up this post with a list of all the charges I could find that have been filed against Lamondre over the years — much like the list I compiled for Andrea. I am certain that this is not all of them, but I am also certain that this is most of them.

I want to emphasize that this is a list of charges, many of which were either dropped or lessened. One particular dropped charge I should highlight is the second instance of discharging a firearm into a vehicle (and a few others). That would later turn out to be just an ex girlfriend lying to police.

02/08/2002 – Robbery
02/12/2002 – Battery in a detention facility
03/11/2003 – Fleeing law enforcement at high speed
05/08/2003 – Fleeing law enforcement at high speed

10/09/2003 – 06/15/2004 – Incarcerated

??/2003-2004 – Assault with a deadly weapon
08/29/2004 – Attempted first degree murder
09/16/2004 – Resisting arrest with violence
09/16/2004 – Attempted escape

04/05/2005 – 09/13/2009 – Incarcerated

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??/2010 – Discharging a firearm into a vehicle
??/2010 – Aggravated assault with a firearm
??/2010 – Shooting into a building
04/14/2010 – Possession of cocaine
04/14/2010 – Driving without headlights
05/01/2010 – Aggravated battery with a knife
05/01/2010 – Grand theft auto
06/05/2010 – Domestic battery
??/2010 – Aggravated assault
??/2010 – Throwing deadly missile into vehicle
??/2010 – Battery
11/13/2010 – Aggravated assault with a firearm
11/17/2010 – Reckless driving
12/09/2010 – Criminal mischief
12/17/2010 – Eluding law enforcement at high speed
12/17/2010 – Carrying a concealed firearm
12/17/2010 – Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon
01/07/2011 – Sale or delivery of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a place of worship or convenience business
02/24/2011 – Resisting arrest without violence
06/03/2011 – Battery with a knife
06/19/2011 – Fleeing and eluding a law enforcement officer
06/19/2011 – Expired tags
07/14/2011 – Possession of cocaine
07/14/2011 – Obstruction of an officer without violence
11/17/2011 – Sale of cocaine
01/03/2012 – Discharging a firearm from a vehicle
07/07/2012 – Aggravated battery with a firearm
07/07/2012 – Aggravated assault with intent to commit felony
07/07/2012 – Discharging a firearm from a vehicle
07/07/2012 – Possession of a weapon/ammo by a convicted felon
07/07/2012 – Shooting into occupied vehicle
07/26/2012 – Sale of cocaine
02/04/2012 – Battery
04/19/2012 – Sale or delivery of cocaine within 1,000 feet of a place of worship or convenience business
04/19/2012 – Use of a two-way communications device to commit a felony
07/24/2012 – Money Laundering more than $20,000, less than $100,000

If you’re keeping score between Lamar and Andrea, she has him beat with her 20 mug shot photos. But, Lamondre takes the prize when it comes to criminal charges — and that is with multiple stints behind bars!

To keep up with WE tv’s BeyoncĂ© and Jay-Z, be sure to tune in to new episodes of Love & Hip Hop After Lockup airing Friday nights at 9/8c! (Even though there will apparently be no “after lockup” for at least one of these two.)

Asa Hawks is a writer and editor for Starcasm. You can contact Asa via Twitter, Facebook, or email at starcasmtips(at)yahoo.com


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