Re: Oh, please don't put me in jail . . .
"We had 1000 clients" might turn out to be more accurate. If they have an integrity they will dissociate themselves from this hooligan before his first week of incarceration is over.
The letter writing his company was involved in suggests that quite a number of those clients won't be too bothered about his incarceration on account of being on the shady side themselves. As a matter of fact, it may badge him as "one of us" to those clients and open doors at the likes of MPAA and all.