Not only could Gary face jail time if his behavior doesn't improve within the next two years, but according to his lawyer, Bryan Wilson, he will likely be discharged from the U.S. Marines.
“It’s because of the involvement with the television [show] and everything. They just felt like it was an issue with the Marine Corps image,” Bryan told Star News Online. “This was basically holding the Marine Corps up from doing anything until this was resolved, so the Marine Corps can do what they need to do as well.”
So while Gary has managed to stay out of jail (for now), it doesn't sound like he'll get off completely scot-free.
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