Auburn’s White arrested for appearing under the influence in public

Auburn quarterback Sean White was arrested Sunday morning for appearing under the influence in public, according to Lee County jail records obtained by James Crepea of

White, who started 10 games last year, served as Jarrett Stidham's backup Saturday in his return from a two-game suspension that was handed out for undisclosed reasons.

A redshirt junior in 2017, White threw for 1,679 yards with nine touchdowns and three interceptions last year. He played well in the second half of the season before running into injuries, including a shoulder ailment and a broken arm sustained in the Sugar Bowl.

Though he's unlikely to re-claim the Tigers' starting job, White could be a top graduate transfer target after the season if he chooses to go down that road. He also provides Auburn with an insurance option in the event Stidham is forced to miss time for any reason.

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Public Enemy’s Flava Flav Files Lawsuit Against Chuck D & Gary G-Wiz

Since the 1980s, pioneering rap crew Public Enemy has remained one of Hip-Hop’s most notable acts and continued their impressive run with an album released this summer. Flava Flav, the hype man to lead rapper Chuck D, has filed a lawsuit against his longtime bandmate for missing royalties over the years.

TMZ reports:

In docs, obtained by TMZ, Flav says he and Chuck have a long-standing agreement to share profits from their music, live concerts and merchandise — but he hasn’t seen a royalty check in several years. Flav says he co-wrote more than 50 of the group’s songs, and he’s especially pissed because Chuck’s still getting paid.

What’s worse … the rapper claims his voice and image were used without his consent on the new PE album, “Nothing Is Quick in the Desert” … released in June. Flav says he requested $ 75k for the record, but only got $ 7,500. He thought he was going to get the remainder later, but it never came.

Flav’s also going after producer Gary G-Wiz for making a deal to create action figures of Public Enemy without his knowledge. In the suit, Flav says Gary got cash from the toy company, but he got zilch.

Gary G-Wiz is a member of the Bomb Squad production crew that helped build the basis of the Public Enemy sound.

Flava Flav is seeking an unspecified amount of damages.


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Friend Or Foe?: Jay-Z & Kanye West Doc ‘Public Enemies’ Trailer [VIDEO]

The rift between Jay-Z and Kanye West has been growing for years, with the latter blasting Hova from the stage, and the former returning fire on his new album, 4:44. A documentary about their feud is airing on Monday, July 31, across the pond. 

Titled Public Enemies: Jay-Z vs. Kanye, the doc is being touted as “revealing the story behind Jay-Z and Kanye West’s spectacular rise, their creative partnership and their colossal falling out” via  “unseen footage and exclusive interviews.”

Some of those interviews are with DJ Clark Kent and Just Blaze.

We’ll find out Monday, or whenever the broadcast hits the Internets, if there is any new intel on their well-documented fallout.

Watch the trailer for Public Enemies: Jay-Z vs. Kanye, which will air on Channel 4 in the UK, below.


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Jesus Take The Wheel: Mom Charged After Allegedly Using Pliers To Pluck Son’s Teeth Out In Public Restroom

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WTF? Caucasian Mother Plucks Kid’s Healthy Teeth Out On Walmart Bathroom

A mother in Utah has been charged this week with felony child abuse according to— for pulling out her 7-year-old son’s teeth in a Walmart bathroom. The crazy woman didn’t even use sanitizer or any anesthetics.

47-year-old Jeanine Isom alerted the store’s employess on April 2nd, when they heard the boy screaking for help. That’s when they discovered she was yanking out his teeth.

Isom told police the boy’s teeth were infected, Sgt. Josh Christensen with the American Fork, Utah, police tells PEOPLE.  But “he was taken to the dentist a couple of days later and the dentist said there was no sign of an infection whatsoever,” Christensen says.

Police were not called to the scene immediately, but a family member learned about what she did and called to report Isom, 11 days after the incident.


Out Of Pocket: Pennsylvania Public School Employee Charged With Choking Student Out [Video]

Pennsylvania School Employee Charged With Assault For Choking Student

An employee of Rankin Promise School in Pennsylvania is under fire for assaulting a student by grabbing him by the neck, lifting him up and dragging him down a hallway.

According to CBS, 50-year-old Joseph Golden will go on trial for simple assault and endangering the welfare of a child.

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