Ice-T may have cleaned up his image since his days of performing “Cop Killer” but that doesn’t mean the “Law and Order” star is ready to sit on a jury. The rapper and actor born Tracy Marrow reported to a Jersey City courthouse to fulfill his civic duty but was not chosen to serve.
“It really wasn’t that bad,” said the TV vet as he exited the jury pool room. “I went in and waited just like everybody else.”
Though Ice-T is known for repping the West Coast in the rap game he is a native of Newark, NJ and didn’t seem to pressed about sitting on a jury.
“I think they’re going to dismiss me,” he said outside the courthouse on Newark Avenue. “I think I would cause too much of distraction to the case.”