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QUICK TWITT | Paul Kelly Debunks Drug Arrest Rumors | MMA NEWS


Earlier today we ran a story coming out of the UK that former UFC fighter Paul Kelly had been arrested in conjunction with a drug raid at his home. Part of this report was accurate; however Kelly was not detained by authorities as evidenced by his latest twitter post.

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6 Comments to QUICK TWITT | Paul Kelly Debunks Drug Arrest Rumors | MMA NEWS

  1. Jeb says:

    “Part of this report was accurate;”

    Good lord.

  2. ThaGreenBandit says:

    Wow! The original story was WILDLY MISCONSTRUED, to say the least. The media needs to start being held more responsible for that type of blatant, misleading news

  3. Get rid of Fitch (forever) says:

    Its called Paul Kelly trying to scrape up some damage control. The authorities don’t show up and search your house if they don’t have some kind of a case against you. I think Paul is in trouble whether he is too stupid to realize it or admit it. I still remember when he tried to cheap shot Cerrone when he signaled back to Cerrone that he would touch gloves in center cage but instead he threw a haymaker that just barely missed then Cerrone beat the piss out of him.

    • Turkeykneck fun chav says:

      im guessing you are not from the UK.
      police can raid from an anonimous tip off if the stakes are high.

      I could phone 999 and say there are 33 heroine addicts scoring over the road right now and been there for 5 mins.
      police will be there within 10 with a warrant

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