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Juvenile was arrested in Miami late Sunday night!
The rapper was at a nightclub with old rival Lil' Wayne when a vicious fight broke out and spilled onto the street outside!
Former Hot Boys Juvenile and Wayne had reunited earlier onstage, leading some to speculate that the brawl was an old feud reigniting, but Juvenile denies any new bad blood.
Thankfully for him, Juvie was only charged with disorderly conduct and released this morning.
We're sad to see Juve The Great back in jail, even for a night, but until we get the whole story, it's too early to tell how serious this is.
Maybe he was in the wrong place at the wrong time? Or maybe he's just Juvenile!
Son, I love you but… I want a paternity test.
Rapper Juvenile has filed documents to prove his 13-year-old son is biologically his.
He claims the only reason for getting the test is so he can get custody of the teen. Though Juvenile didn't sign the birth certificate, and even though he says his baby momma was sleeping around when she got knocked up, the rapper is confident that
What's the matter, Juve? Did'ja spend all the money U earned from UR ultra-popular single Back That Azz Up???
We've JUST learned that Louisiana police have issued an arrest warrant for rapper Juvenile…because he owes his baby mama Dionne Williams over $160K in child support! Ouch!
He's facing a sentence of 90 days in prison for not helping support his 13-year-old son…BUT the judge has said that he won't be sent to jail if he coughs up $50,000 immediately!
Sounds like a pretty sweet deal to us, Juvenile!
Do the right thing and PAY YOUR CHILD SUPPORT!!!!!
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And he has been in a shizload of trouble!
It seems that Arizona shooting suspect Jared Loughner has a record. He was arrested as a juvenile for possession of marijuana and alcohol.
According to police reports, he was also the victim of bullying. He was once attacked with a sharp needle and another time he claims an ex-friend posted a fake profile of him on the internet.
Loughner’s first arrest happened May 23, 2006 after his principal at Mountain View High School contacted police at 9am to inform them the student had been taken to the emergency room apparently under the influence.
He eventually admitted to consuming 350ml of vodka that he had stolen from his father’s liquor cabinet. He claimed to drinking it after becoming “very upset after his dad yelled” at him.
The police noted that Loughner’s eyes were “very red” and that he appeared to have been crying.
A year later, he was arrested alongside his friend, Bryce Tierney. Police pulled them over for a traffic stop and noticed that it smelled like marijuana.
Police discovered a pipe in Loughner's pocket, a marijuana roach in the ashtray, some cigarette papers and another glass smoking pipe.
In 2004, another incident occurred at Mountain View High School where police were called after fellow student, Anthony Kurtz attacked him.
The report said that Loughner was “stuck with a pin – a stolen type needle, in the cafeteria”. After he was realized he was stuck with a needle, he “became pale, got dizzy, could not stand and had to be helped to the nurse’s office by another friend.”
Surprisingly, Loughner’s parents did not want to press charges but did request that their son to undergo a blood test to check for “HIV and other diseases”.
Perhaps this will give Juvenile some closure.
Two years ago, the rapper was left devastated after his four-year-old daughter Jelani, his ex-girlfriend Joy Deleston and her other daughter Micaiah were killed by Joy's son Anthony Terrell.
Supposedly, the bloodshed occurred after Terrell engaged in a feud with his mother about inviting girls over to the house. He had attempted to kill himself after his senseless crime, but was unable to do so.
Instead, he will serve two-life sentences for his actions, as set fort by Atlanta Superior Court Judge Debra Turner last Friday. We're told that Juvenile did not attend the sentencing hearing.
Such a waste! So many young lives, including Anthony's, lost over something so stupid.
Our condolences go out to Juvenile and his family, who are surely still mourning.
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