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Singer Ray J accused in hotel scuffle

Police arrested singer Ray J at a Beverly Hills, California, hotel after they say he became belligerent, kicked out a patrol car window and spit at an officer.

A statement from the Beverly Hills Police Department says officers arrived at the hotel Friday evening on a report that the 33-year-old singer had inappropriately touched a woman at the bar.

Officers found the contact was incidental, and the singer agreed to leave. But police say he then became unruly and used his feet to shatter a patrol car window after being taken into custody.

In black and white

Jack White has issued a written apology to The Black Keys, his former bandmate Meg White and others over comments he made in a recent magazine interview.

Last year, his opinions about The Black Keys came out when his wife included a message from him in their divorce case. Rolling Stone asked him about it, and White said he felt The Black Keys were capitalizing on a sound he helped popularize.

In his apology, White says it would have seemed petty if he had declined to discuss the issue with the magazine.

– Associated Press

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