Cops drop Odell Beckham arrest warrant, ending LSU butt-slap controversy

Odell Beckham Jr.
Odell Beckham Jr. celebrates LSU's championship win
Odell Beckham Jr. celebrates on field after the LSU Tigers’ win over Clemson at the College Football Playoff national championship game, January 13, 2020.
Last week was a roller coaster week for Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Junior. The star wideout went from celebrating his alum mater, LSU’s, victory in the national championship game in New Orleans, and ended with possible criminal charges.

First, a little too hyped, and possibly inebriated, after LSU’s victory, Beckham tried to climb up on a ladder and lead the LSU band, which didn’t go so well.

He was then caught on film on the field after the game passing out $100 bills to players, a possible NCAA violation. The incident is now being investigated by the school and the Southeastern Conference.

He was later seen posting up on Karl Malone mid-field.

Fast forward to the team locker room, and there’s Beckham again, smacking a security officer on the backside in a bid to distract the officer who was attempting to get players to stop smoking celebratory cigars. Leading to an arrest warrant issued against Beckham for assault.

Luckily for Beckham the officer involved didn’t want to press charges and the warrant was rescinded.

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