Former Destiny’s Child Member, Farrah Franklin, Arrested — SEE PHOTO

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Move over Beyoncé, we have another Destiny’s Child star making headlines.

Former Destiny’s Child member, Farrah Franklin, has finally made the spotlight, but not for all the right reasons.

TMZ reported on Sunday that the ex-band member was arrested in South Carolina for disorderly conduct early Sunday morning. Sources have confirmed that alcohol was involved.

Farrah was infamously known for her five-month stint with the girl group in 2000 until kicked out by the one and only Pop Diva, Beyoncé, and Kelly Rowland.

It is unknown what lead to Franklin’s arrest but sources report that Farrah was issued a ticket for disorderly conduct and held at the Horry County Detention Center at 5 a.m.

Before her arrest Sunday morning Farrah appeared all smiles in an uploaded picture of herself at the beach.

Apparently, this isn’t the first time drama has revealed around the ex-band member.

In 2011, the singer was arrested in Los Angeles for disorderly conduct after a drunken night. Farrah claimed that the cops were racist and that she was a victim of racial profiling.

Once a part of the girl group sensation, Farrah is now focusing on running her company, One Love Pictures and Entertainment. According to Madame Noire, Franklin as well has dabbled in some modeling and worked on some solo music projects since her release from Destiny’s Child.

Sadly not everyone can be a Beyoncé.

Written by Merema Leures

Hi, my name is Merema. If learning about pop culture was a degree I could've studied when I decided to take on a three-year course at college, I would've probably had the highest grades in my class. But instead, I settled for a BA in Film and a Master's in Filmmaking.

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