Michael Douglas‘ son Cameron Douglas pleaded guilty to dealing large quantities of methamphetamine and cocaine while holed up in a chic Manhattan hotel.
Cameron, 31, told a judge on Wednesday that a New York contact asked him if he could score drugs in 2006, which led to him, “supplying on a regular basis,” reports the Huffington Post.
The judge asked if he knew what he was doing was wrong and he replied, “Yes, your honor.”
Prosecutors said Douglas had signed a plea agreement, but the details weren’t disclosed.
In addition to conspiracy to distribute drugs, Cameron also pleaded guilty to heroin possession — a charge stemming from allegations that his girlfriend tried to smuggle him the drug in an electric toothbrush while he was under house arrest.
He faces a minimum 10-year prison term at sentencing on April 27.
The son of the Oscar-winning actor was arrested on July 28, 2009, at NYC’s Hotel Gansevoort as part of a Drug Enforcement Administration investigation.
Investigators say Douglas was paid tens of thousands of dollars for trafficking methamphetamine — what he referred to in intercepted phone calls as “pastry” or “bath salts.”
Cameron Douglas has acted in movies including 2003’s It Runs in the Family, starring his father and grandfather Kirk Douglas.