Clash’s Mick Jones disagrees with Pete Doherty’s imprisonment

The Libertines producer says it's wrong to send singer to jail

News of Pete Doherty‘s incarceration at has saddened his old producer Mick Jones.

As reported on NME.COM, Doherty was sent to jail last week (April 8) after turning up late to a court appearances and missing drug tests.

Speaking to our sister site, the Clash co-founder commented that spending time in jail wasn’t going to help the Babyshambles frontman.


Jones said: “He’s a lovely, sweet guy who’s been trying really hard to sort himself out. Jail isn’t going to sort him out. I mean there are more drugs inside prison than there are out.”

Doherty is currently serving a 14 week sentence.