Marley daughter pleads guilty in pot case

PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 9 (UPI) -- Makeda Marley, the daughter of late reggae great Bob Marley, has pleaded guilty in a Pennsylvania court to possessing marijuana plants in her home.

The Philadelphia Inquirer said Makeda Marley, 29, believes marijuana has religious value and doesn't think using it should be illegal.


She is scheduled to be sentenced by Chester County Court Judge Thomas G. Gavin Oct. 25, the newspaper said.

Famous for his hits "One Love," "Buffalo Soldier" and "I Shot the Sheriff," Bob Marley died of cancer in 1981. He was 36.

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