John McEnroe's Son Busted for Coke and Pills in NYC

John McEnroe with his son, Kevin, who was arrested for drug possession in New York on July 15. Tatum O’Neal is his mother.

Kevin McEnroe, tennis legend John McEnroe's son, was arrested on July 15 in New York for purchasing coke and Vicodin in the East Village. Police moved in after the street deal went down.

It all took place at 167 Ave. A near E. 4 St at 11:25 pm. McEnroe had six envelopes of cocaine, and 20 Vicodin pills and 10 morphine pills, leading to the charge of possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell.

McEnroe's uncle Mark showed up the next day at his arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court. Kevin's father John or mother Tatum O'Neal were not present.

McEnroe, who's 28, bar tends at Schiller's in Manhattan and lives in Brooklyn.

In 2008, O'Neal was nabbed buying crack in Manhattan. She and McEnroe are divorced.

Steve Bloom

Steve Bloom

Publisher of, former editor of High Times and Freedom Leaf and co-author of Pot Culture and Reefer Movie Madness.