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Current Chicago Bears & Former Dallas Cowboys Wide Receiver, Sam Hurd has been arrested for attempting to obtain and distribute 500 Kilograms of Cocaine, and Half a Ton of Marijuana.
Hurd attempted to purchase the drugs from an undercover cop who was also working alongside an informant. Hurd was attempting to make the transactions out of North Texas, and sought to obtain Mexican Cellular phones to avert law enforcement.
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Former Dallas Cowboys and Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irving is on the cover of Out Magazine, the #1 gay magazine in the world.
The former football star posed for the magazine to promote equality for homosexuals, and in the issue, spoke about his gay brother, Vaughn, who died of stomach cancer in 2006.
Prior to speaking with Out, Irvin had not spoken publicly about his brother.
Irvin also speaks about his support for gay marriage with Out.
“I don’t see how any African-American, with any inkling of history, can say that you don’t have the right to live your life how you want to live your life,” Irvin said to the magazine.
“No one should be telling you who you should love, no one should be telling you who you should be spending the rest of your life with.
“When we start talking about equality, and everybody being treated equally, I don’t want to know an African-American who will say everybody doesn’t deserve equality.”
According to the suit, the blog says, “A+A Diamonds, Ltd. d/b/a Rafaello & Co. alleges that Bryant received $267,000 worth of jewelry — and that he has paid only $21,000.”
Bryant, of course, made national headlines just last week over his troubles at NorthPark Center.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was ejected from an upscale Dallas shopping mall and given a criminal trespass warning from off-duty police officers Saturday after a dispute over the sagging pants worn by him and some companions.
A Tuesday police statement says Bryant and three companions were involved in an incident at NorthPark Center where security asked them to pull their pants up because their underwear was showing.
Bryant, however, told ESPNDallas.com his pants were up but some of his friends’ pants were down.
“It really wasn’t me in the wrong,” Bryant said Tuesday. “It’s not even an issue.”
The Dallas Police Department said in a statement that Bryant and his friends were not in violation of a law, but that he was issued the warning for not complying with a police request.