John McEnroe's 27-year-old son arrested for possession of cocaine

by: Kamakshi Tandon July 17, 2014

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John McEnroe's son, Kevin, has been arrested for possession of cocaine with intent to sell, reports local media in New York.

The 27-year-old, who is McEnroe's son with former wife Tatum O'Neal, was found with 30 pills and six envelopes of cocaine on Tusday night. Police observed him in a transaction with another person, who was also charged.

Officials alleged he was buying the illegal substances with the intention of selling them. He was released on Wednesday following an initial hearing in court.

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