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2 Chainz BUSTED On Tour After Nine Hour Standoff Ends With Cops Arresting 11! See The Pics HERE!

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2 Chainz? More like 2 Cuffz!

The rapper was arrested today in Oklahoma after refusing to allow the cops to search his tour bus without a warrant!

After opening for T.I. and Lil' Wayne in OKC last night, 2 Chainz and his crew were ready to hit the open road and move on to their next destination! Unfortunately, a cop pulled over the musician's tour bus before they left the state after noticing a faulty taillight.

And that's when's the you-know-what hit the fan!

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Lance Armstrong Back Under Federal Investigation

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Okay, this is just getting ridiculous now. Either string him up or let him be.

Lance Armstrong is apparently at the center of a new federal criminal investigation.

Even though we just reported it seems like he's off the hook, it turns out that that might not be the case!

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NFL Player Arrested At Scene Of Attempted Suicide

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John Abraham of the Atlanta Falcons was recently arrested for obstruction.

He was at the scene of an attempted suicide and refused to leave.

There was an area that was taped off by the cops because there was a woman threatening to jump off a building, and they couldn't get him to leave.

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A Guilty Barry Bonds Get Sentenced To…

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30 days of house arrest!

That's a little harsh, don't ya think? Ha!

After being found guilty of felony obstruction in April because he lied to a jury during a 2003 federal investigation of steroid use in the MLB, Barry Bonds has to stay home for a month.

Hopefully the judge remembered to take away his video games and ESPN subscription too so Barry has time to really think about what he's done.

The home run king will also be on probation for 2 years and has to pay a $4,000 fine, but we're sure that was pretty easily covered by the cash he was carrying in his wallet.

Once again, a famous person has avoided serving any time in prison for committing a crime you're supposed to go to prison for.

In Bonds' case, federal sentencing guidelines recommend between 15 and 21 months in the slammer. Apparently, however, guidelines are a lot like laws and are meant to be broken.

We're not quite sure if this case was even worth the judge and jury's time or the taxpayers' money, but hopefully Barry finally learned a valuable lesson that most kids learn by kindergarten — don't tell lies!

[Image via WENN.]

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