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Keith Richards' daughter nabbed by police for graffiti and drugs
New York (CNN) -- The daughter of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards was arrested after allegedly scrawling graffiti on a building in a Manhattan neighborhood Tuesday night, according to police.
Theodora Richards, 25, was also slapped with drug charges after police found her carrying marijuana while writing "T (heart) A" with a paint marker in the city's Soho district, said a New York Police Department spokeswoman who declined to be named.
Richards, who has modeled for brands like Burberry and French Connection, was charged with two counts of making graffiti, possession of a graffiti-making instrument, criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana.
Richards is the daughter of model Patti Hansen and the Rolling Stones icon who gained international fame not only for his music, but also for years of drug use and multiple scrapes with the law.
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The Tampa Tribune published its story on former Nationals outfielder Elijah Dukes's new rap career and the claims he made about rampant marijuana use among himself and teammates, which include Dukes smoking before Nationals games. Dukes, in the piece, says speaking out about those issues got him blackballed from MLB.
In the story, Dukes says he started smoking marijuana with fellow players, some of whom he looked up to, out of "peer pressure." He says players would sneak drugs on to chartered planes "in their man purses, you know, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, you know." Dukes, according to the story, said he shared this information with Dr. Laurence Westreich, a counselor the league assigned to him as part of its employee assistance program. Shortly after his conversation with Westreich, Dukes said, the Nationals released him. While both the Nationals and several other sources at the time said Dukes's release pertained only to baseball reasons, Dukes now claims his revelations caused the release and also got him unofficially outlawed from the game.
At this hour, the Nationals have no comment. A team spokesman said club officials might be willing to address Dukes's statements later today, after they have reviewed the Tribune's story. (UPDATE, 1:03 p.m.: The Nationals will not have any comment about the story this weekend, at least.) In the story, a major league official said Dukes is not telling the truth.
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