Derrick Rose

An ex-girlfriend of Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose is accusing him of drugging and gang raping her.

It’s hard to imagine the soft-spoken, well-mannered Rose raping anyone. But what makes the woman’s story even more implausible is that the alleged rape occurred 2 years ago.

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Angie Stone and daughter Diamond

R&B Diva Angie Stone was arrested on Monday and charged with assaulting her 30-year-old live-in daughter, Diamond.

According to gossip tabloid, Stone, 53, was charged with domestic aggravated assault after knocking out Diamond’s 2 front teeth during a domestic dispute.

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Dez Bryant Dallas Cowboys

A video that is described as “horrific” may be the catalyst that ends NFL star Dez Bryant’s storied football career. The video, featuring Bryant allegedly delivering a Ray Rice-style beat down on a female, is set to be released today, according to Terez Owens.

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Yung Berg

Reality show producer Mona Scott-Young is batting 100 when it comes to her reality show actors getting arrested for felonious acts. Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood star Yung Berg was arrested in New York on Tuesday. He was charged with a assaulting a girlfriend.

By sheer coincidence, Berg and his LHHH cast mates are in NY filming the reunion show. How convenient.

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Greg Hardy

Carolina Panthers’ defensive end Greg Hardy is the latest casualty of the NFL’s strict new policy on domestic abuse. Hardy, 28, was placed on something called the Commissioner’s exempt list, meaning he is suspended with pay until his legal problems are resolved.

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Joe Budden mugshot

Reality TV personality Joe Budden is no longer a fugitive from justice. The 33-year-old former hip hop star was wanted by the NYPD for allegedly assaulting his 25-year-old girlfriend and running off with her cell phone last weekend. Budden turned himself in to police today after pleading his case on Twitter. “Real women never call the cops,” he tweeted.

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Stephen A Smith

ESPN’s outspoken analyst Stephen A. Smith apologized profusely for telling battered women to stop provoking their abusers.

He went one step further during Monday’s segment of ESPN2’s “First Take,” calling his statements the “most egregious of my career.”

Smith made his controversial statements during ESPN’s “First Take” on Friday.

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