Cops arrest bouncer

Ft. Lauderdale police arrested a bouncer after a 15-second Instagram video showed him stomping a bar patron outside Dirty Blondes Sports Bar.

Dirty Blondes bouncer Arnald Thomas-Darrah, 30, (inset top) was arrested at his Oakland Park home on Sunday after the victim, Alex Coelho, 29, (inset bottom) filed a police report on Friday — a week after the incident happened.

Police also obtained a warrant for another Dirty Blondes bouncer, Jovan Ralfhel Dean, 35. Another man, David Parker, 27, was allegedly punched by Dean.

Coelho was arrested after the fracas and charged with battery on a police officer and disorderly conduct. According to Officer Marc Decarlo, Coelho approached him and shoved him in the chest. Coelho’s drinking buddy, Parker, was also arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

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Riley Cooper

A sports blogger says suspended Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper will never suit up in a NFL uniform again. Cooper, 25, is still feeling the fallout from that N-bomb he dropped during a Kenny Chesney concert last week.

Jay Graves of Baarbershopsports.net theorizes that Cooper is done in the NFL because the balance of power flows from the locker room not from the Philadelphia Eagles front office.

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50 Cent

Volatile rapper 50 Cent is due in court today to answer to a domestic abuse charge. Fiddy was arrested in June and charged with assaulting his ex-girlfriend and trashing her Toluca Lake condo. Fortunately for loose change, he has one less thing to worry about: he is not the father of his ex-girlfriend’s son.

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Morning Wood: CJ Osiah
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Tawana Brawley

Tawana Brawley was a fast 15-year-old being raised by a single mother when she became the center of a civil rights firestorm in 1987. Brawley, of Wappingers Falls, New York, accused six white men — including police officers — of raping her.

Brawley, who had been staying with a boyfriend for four days, claimed the white men smeared her with feces and wrote racial slurs on her body before leaving her partially naked in a dumpster. In 1988, a NY grand jury released its report calling Brawley a liar.

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Louis Bardo plays with dolls

Actress Sandra Bullock, 49, was spotted picking up her adopted son Louis Bardo from Summer camp on Friday. The Oscar-winning actress has joined the gender-neutral bandwagon, allowing her toddler to play with a baby doll. The doll was dressed in a pink jumper with a matching pink bonnet.

Gender neutral folks believe their children will benefit from not being pigeon-holed into a gender specific role. Like most popular fads that come and go, the gender neutrality fad has no intrinsic value or benefit in child development.

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Chris Brown

Troubled singer Chris Brown was spotted smoking a cigarette on the set of his latest music video for his single “Love More” in Los Angeles, Calif., today. Brown, 24, was accompanied by a posse of hard legs, including his faithful manager, Bu Thiam, 3rd from left. Meanwhile, the NY Post reports that a NY judge quietly signed an order to temporarily shutter a nightclub where Brown and rapper Drake brawled last year. The W.i.P. and its sister club Greenhouse on Varick Street will be shut down for 10 days starting September 1. An attorney for the club — co-owned by NBA guard Larry Hughes — argued that a temporary shutdown would put his client “out of business.” The club owners are also ordered to pay $10,000 in fines. The bottle throwing brawl sparked at least half a dozen lawsuits.

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