"God forbid he hit a bong," the former "Punk'd" star Twittered. "I'm not saying it was a smart move, but he doesn't need to be publicly outed for it." Ashton's support comes as reports surface that Phelps may be prosecuted for the pot incident.
Michael was spotted arriving at a Baltimore swimming pool yesterday, marking the tarnished golden boy's first public appearance since the pot pix surfaced. His sponsors have said that they will stand by him since he publicly apologized for his behavior.