This week in Celebrity and Sporting World DUI

There have been so many recent celebrities and athletes arrested for DUI that I decided to do another round-up.  Here they are, in no particular order:

Flavor Flav, best known as one of the members of Public Enemy, was arrested in Nevada for DUI after being stopped for speeding.  He also had a suspended license and an open container of alcohol with him.

Singer Jeremih was arrested for DUI after leaving his birthday party.  According to the gossip sites, the arrest didn’t stop him for too long.  He continued his party as soon as he bonded out.

Robbie Knievel plead guilty to second offense DUI, a misdemeanor in Montana, even though this is allegedly his fourth DUI.  The prosecutors were unable to prove the other two DUIs, which had been expunged or sealed.  He received a six month sentence, all but seven days of which will be suspended, and a six month license suspension.

Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith was suspended for three games by the NFL for a DUI, which he plead guilty to last April.  This will end his 79 consecutive game streak.

Tennessee Volunteers freshman offensive lineman Charles Mosley, 18 years old, was arrested for DUI after being pulled over for speeding.  “Marijuana residue” was located in his vehicle.

Pittsburgh Panthers defensive end Rori Blair was charged with DUI after he was stopped for speeding 117 miles per hour.  A blood test revealed cannabinoids.

Another Pitt Panther, wide receiver Tyler Boyd, returned to practice after serving a 30 day suspension after his DUI arrest.

Denver Nuggets guard Ty Lawson was traded to the Houston Rockets after his second DUI arrest within six months.

Seattle Sounders (MLS) midfielder Marco Pappa was arrested for DUI and speeding.

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