John McEnroe, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Fisher Stevens, Mark Ruffalo , Jeff Koons - Riverkeeper's 50th Anniversary Fishermen's Ball - Red Carpet Arrivals - New York, New York, United States - Wednesday 18th May 2016
John McEnroe and Patty Smyth - A host of stars were photographed as they attended the Vanity Fair Oscar Party which was held at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts and The Beverly Hills City Hall in Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 22nd February 2015
The 28 year old was arrested on Tuesday on drugs charges.
Kevin McEnroe, the son of tennis legend John McEnroe and actress Tatum O’Neal, has found himself the subject of headline news today, after he was arrested on Tuesday. The New York Post reported that the 28 year old was taken into custody after being caught buying various drugs including cocaine and prescription pills from a dealer in New York’s East Village. But despite being the son of one of the most famous tennis players of all time and the youngest ever Academy Award recipient, Kevin had managed to keep a pretty low profile until his arrest. So what do we actually know about Kevin McEnroe?
John McEnroe and family - Getty/John Kempin
When John McEnroe married Tatum O’Neal in 1986, the former World Number 1 tennis player was taking a year long break from his decorated career. McEnroe had already been a three time Wimbledon champion as well as a four time US Open winner. O’Neal, on the other hand, had been the youngest person ever to win an Academy Award when she was named best supporting actress at aged 10 for her role in Paper Moon. However O’Neal’s adult career had been marred by drug problems and she’d made few movie appearances in years leading up to her marriage. Still the actress appeared to be settling down and shortly after her marriage to McEnroe the couple’s first child, Kevin was born.
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John McEnroe's son with actress Tatum O'Neal, Kevin McEnroe, was arrested on Tuesday (15th July) by New York police for reportedly making a drug deal. The 28-year-old was charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance, the same charge his mother faced six years ago.
Kevin McEnroe, the son of former tennis player John McEnroe and actress Tatum O'Neal, was arrested on Tuesday in New York for reportedly making a drug deal. The 28-year-old was arrested in the East Village along with the alleged dealer and was found in possession of a number of different substances.
Sources vary on the kinds of drugs Kevin was carrying but agree he was in possession of six bags of cocaine. The NY Daily News reports, in addition to six clear envelopes of cocaine, Kevin was reportedly found with 20 painkillers, 10 morphine tablets and an anxiety pill. Whilst sources speaking to ABC News claim Kevin was carrying a muscle relaxant, 20 white oxycodone (a pain-killer frequently used in palliative care) pills and 10 unidentified orange pills.
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The incident: His repeated polite requests for a headset to watch the in-flight movie are absurdly mistaken for aggression by a flight crew with post-9/11 jitters. The missed opportunity: The concept's punchline should have been that he really is a rage-a-holic and the calm version of events we see is his skewed perspective of normalcy.
Instead, the picture sticks with the notions that typically dim-bulb Sandler (insert empty-eyed double-take head-cocks here) really is a misunderstood nice guy, and the actor fails to find a single genuine laugh in the story's goofball gimmick -- which is that his nutzo court-appointed therapist (Jack Nicholson, volume turned up to 11) moves in with him and makes his life a living hell.
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