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2018 Celebrity Drug Busts from A-Z

In 2017, there were 22 celebrities busted for marijuana or other illegal drugs. So far in 2018, there have been 17, including six current or former NFL players, Lenny Dykstra and San Penn's son Hopper.

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Dr. Sanjay Gupta Says Pot Can Replace Pills on 'Weed 4'

Who would've thought that CNN's chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta would become one of the leading voices for medical marijuana? But he has, as evidenced by his fourth cannabis documentary, "Weed 4: Pot vs. Pills."

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2017 Celebrity Drug Busts from A-Z

In 2017, there was a total of 23 celebrity drug arrests, including Melissa Etheridge, Todd Rundgren, Aaron Carter, Yvonne Elliman, Chief Keef, Shock G, Cassidy, Young Thug, Zach Randolph, Artie Lange and Rose McGowan. There were 20 such arrests in 2016.

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Reefer Men: Great Grandson of Fats Waller Suspended by NFL

Like great grandfather, like great grandson. On Jutne 30, he NFL announced the one-year suspension of Ravens tight end Darren Waller for violating the league's substance abuse policy after testing positive for marijuana. His great grandfather was "Reefer Song" singer Fats Waller.

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Chiefs' Demetrius Harris Busted for Weed in Missouri

Demetrius Harris, the Chiefs' backup tight end, was arrested Mar. 7 after a traffic stop led to a search that produced more than 35 grams of pot in the car. Police charged Harris with suspicion of felony possession of marijuana and paraphernalia.

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Packer WR Busted for Pot Dresses for Playoff Games

Green Bay receiver Geronimo Allison was arrested for marijuana possession in September. The charge was filed in Manitowoc County, Wisconsin in December, but was revealed several days before the Packers met the Cowboys in the NFL playoffs on Jan. 15.

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NFL Player With Crohn's Disease Suspended for 10 Games

"He needs cannabis," a NFL source says about Bills offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson, who suffers from Crohn's disease and has been suspended twice this season for failing drug tests. "You can't take painkillers with the way his intestines are."

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Medical Marijuana Advocate Eugene Monroe Quits NFL

Six weeks following his release by the Ravens, veteran offensive tackle Eugene Monroe has decided to retire from the NFL after just seven years in the league. Monroe has taken a stance in favor of medical marijuana in the last year.

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