SUMMERSVILLE, W.Va. — A cast member on MTV’s now-canceled reality show “Buckwild” could spend several years in prison.
On Thursday, Salwa Amin, of Charleston, was sentenced in Nicholas County Circuit Court to one to five years in prison for dealing drugs. She will receive credit for the 192 days she has already served.
The 24-year-old Amin pleaded guilty in November to one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to deliver a controlled substance.
As part of her plea deal, she agreed to testify against Shawn Booker, 42, of Detroit, and Jason Jones, 31, of Summersville.
All three were arrested in Nicholas County last year and charged with dealing heroin and oxycodone.
“Buckwild,” a show about a group of young people living and partying in the Charleston area, was canceled after its first season following the death of cast member Shain Gandee.