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Da'Quan Bowers, Ricky Sapp in altercation with Farrah Franklin of Destiny's Child

Here is a truly bizarre story involving a pair of NFL players and a former member of Destiny’s Child. No, not Beyonce. Not even Michelle Williams. Some of you may not even remember the name Farrah Franklin, but trust me, she was once in Destiny’s Child. For five months.

What is Farrah Franklin doing with her life nowadays? She’s hanging out with NFL players and getting in altercations. The details of this story are weird as heck and a tad suspicious, but the good news is, the NFL players involved did not end up getting arrested.

Farrah Franklin did end up getting arrested.

Per PFT, the whole thing began when Franklin flew in to Myrtle Beach this weekend to chill with Da’Quan Bowers and Ricky Sapp. Some drinking happened. The trio ended up back at Ricky’s place and that’s when things went off the rails.

Franklin became just a little too inebriated and started “yelling and slamming doors,” behavior she refused to cease despite being asked. Sapp and Bowers believed they had no choice but to call police, and when cops arrived they found Franklin in a neighbor’s yard.

Franklin told police she “did not have anywhere else to go and was planning on sleeping in the woods.” She was arrested for disorderly conduct.

It may not surprise you to hear that this was not Farrah Franklin’s first arrest for disorderly conduct. She was hit with the same charge back in 2011 after an alcohol-fueled incident in Culver City, California.

Sounds like someone has a hard time holding her liquor. And sounds like there are a couple of NFL players who should be more careful about the type of women they’re having shipped in to provide “entertainment” during their weekends.

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