Anne Hathaway’s ex-boyfriend Raffaello Follieri was sentenced to 4½ years in prison yesterday after pleading guilty to 14 counts of wire fraud, money laundering and conspiracy back in September. According to People Magazine

Follieri, who conceivably could have faced up to 265 years in prison, had agreed not to appeal a sentence less than 63 months in prison. The bureau of prisons will decide the level of security under which he’ll be placed.

Follieri delivered a statement in which he said, “What I did was wrong and there is no point in making excuses. … I will never be able to wash away the shame. … I just hope that someday those who have been hurt by my actions will forgive me.”

I suppose 4½ years is still better than 265 years. Even though 4½ civilian years actually translates to — let’s see, carry the one, divide by five, and… roughly 3,768 ass-rapings, give or take a few. Prison years works kinda like dog years, except instead of factoring in the person’s age, you use the penis factorial as your variable. See, math can be fun!

Anne looking gorgeous at the “Rachel Getting Married” premiere in London on Tuesday:



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