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What Became of Billy the Exterminator?

At the time Billy Bretherton and his family were experiencing a temporary disagreement, he managed to appear in an additional season of “Billy The Exterminator” in 2017. This season was initially released only in Canada on their version of CMT, under the title “Billy Goes North.” The season featured 12 episodes, focusing on Bretherton’s encounters with various creatures from the Great North. Although it only lasted for one season, it eventually aired in the United States on A&E as simply another season of “Billy the Exterminator.”

In the midst of his fame, Bretherton faced a significant personal challenge. In April 2012, Billy and his wife, Mary, were arrested in Bossier Parish, Louisiana. The couple was charged with one count each of possession of synthetic marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. The arrest occurred after the police responded to a 9-1-1 hang-up call and discovered what appeared to be synthetic marijuana and a smoking device in the hotel room they were occupying. Testing conducted on the pipe, which was seized following a June 2012 search warrant, confirmed traces of the synthetic drug.

By May 2013, during a hearing, several charges were dropped. According to the Seattle Times, the charges against Mary Bretherton and the paraphernalia charge against Billy Bretherton were dismissed. Billy pleaded guilty to the remaining charge of possession of synthetic marijuana. As a result, he was fined $500 and sentenced to 60 days in jail, though the jail sentence was suspended. Additionally, the reality star was required to undergo substance abuse evaluation and treatment.

Despite this complicated and challenging period in his life, Bretherton has not had any further legal issues since then.

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