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Odell Beckham Jr. Shown Giving Cash to LSU Player on Sideline

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4 days 13 hours ago #378388 by chairman
We all know you can't give college players cash. Well, everyone but Odell Beckham Jr. knows that.

A video has surfaced from the National Title Game between LSU and Clemson of the former LSU Tiger Odell Beckham Jr. handing out cash to LSU players.

In the video you see Beckham with a stack of cash in his hands postgame handing bills to LSU WR Justin Jefferson.

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4 days 13 hours ago #378389 by chairman
Obviously, this would be a violation of NCAA rules, but an LSU athletic official reached out to The Advocate and explained that the cash Beckham was handing out was actually fake money.

There has not been any sort of official statement from LSU, though, and Beckham has yet to publicly comment on what exactly he was doing.

Perhaps Beckham was trying to make some sort of statement against the NCAA. After all, LSU head coach Ed Orgeron received a $500,000 bonus for winning the national title while the players receive zilch.

Beckham did, however, reportedly send every LSU player a set of headphones before the game, which is allowed, unlike cash payments.

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2 days 13 hours ago #378495 by chairman
New Orleans police on Thursday issued an arrest warrant for Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. on a complaint of simple battery.

Video surfaced this week showing Beckham slapping the buttocks of a Superdome security guard in the LSU locker room after the Tigers' national championship victory over Clemson on Monday in New Orleans.

New Orleans Police Department public affairs officer Juan Barnes confirmed that the security guard filed the complaint.

Louisiana statute defines simple battery as battery committed without the consent of the victim. Punishment in Louisiana can include a fine of no more than $1,000 and imprisonment for no more than six months, or both.

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