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 Bruce Springsteen was charged with a DUI on November 14th in Sandy Hook, New Jersey. Cops busted him at the Gateway National Recreation Area. He was charged with a DUI,  reckless driving and consuming alcohol in a closed area. Bruce has a court appearance in the next several weeks. The NY Post says Jeep has removed Bruce Springsteen’s Super Bowl ad from their YouTube page.

The Dallas Mavericks are going to begin playing the National Anthem again. Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says, “We respect and always have respected the passions people have for the anthem and our country. I have always stood for the anthem with the hand over my heart — no matter where I hear it played. But we also hear the voices of those who do not feel the anthem represents them. We feel they also need to be respected and heard, because they have not been heard. The hope is that those who feel passionate about the anthem being played will be just as passionate in listening to those who do not feel it represents them.”
The NBA released a statement saying, “With NBA teams now in the process of welcoming fans back into their arenas, all teams will play the national anthem in keeping with longstanding league policy.”
Kevin Hart’s personal shopper recently got busted stealing over $1 million from him. Dylan Syer used Kevin’s credit card to cipher money into his own accounts. He made extravagant purchases like Louis Vuitton bags and five Patek Philippe watches valued at more than $400,000. Dylan was charged with grand larceny.

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