Date: 2009.

Punishment: Three years probation, 210 days community service, 11 months prison, reduced or suspended.

POSTER BOY was arrested by plain-clothes police at an art gallery in SoHo after his name appeared on the show flier. A short time later, The New York Times received an email saying POSTER BOY wasn't the man in question, but "a movement."

At the initial hearing, POSTER BOY maintained his innocence and refused a plea bargain. Later he pleaded guilty to two counts of criminal mischief as POSTER BOY and got the felony conviction scratched in exchange for 210 hours of community service and three years of probation.

Following a bunch of petty re-arrests and a missed court date, a few months later POSTER BOY was sentenced to 11 months on Rikers. He was out again after two weeks.