Jeremy Meeks first came into our consciousness back in 2014 when his hotter than hell mugshot did the rounds.
He’d been put away for illegal firearm possession but we all forgave him because, those cheekbones.
He served time in a California prison and was released under house arrest in March 2016, where he did a topless countdown to the end of his sentence.
The fashion industry went wild for him and he was snapped up by model agents White Cross Management.
The hot criminal was first sent down the runway earlier this year in New York Fashion Week, for Philipp Pleinâs AW17 show, wearing a fetching black puffa jacket.
Lucky for our thirsty eyes, Philipp Plein had him back last week for Milan Fashion Week, where he sashayed down the catwalk for his SS18 show.
Thankfully, this time he was in a close-fitting black tee shirt which really accentuated his gym-honed curves.
He also had a cigarette stashed safely behind his ear, so I guess we’ll all be doing that next season.
The 33-year-old was also captured shirtless, which showcased his plethora of tattoos, etched onto his glistening upper body.
Meeks now has 1.1 million followers on Instagram, which is probably slightly more than your average felon.
He got so popular that he had to halt the production of his own action figure.
Jeremy Meeks’ story really does proves that there’s no justice in this world.
I haven’t been to prison (yet) and he’s definitely earning more than me, a law-abiding citizen of the world.
And now I’ve got Lemar’s If There’s Any Justice In This World in my head.
Thanks for nothing, Meeks.