Hollywood Couple Say They Were Racially Profiled by Police
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Actors Cherie Johnson (Punky Brewster, Family Matters) and Dennis White (Notorious) were driving to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and stopped to walk in a cotton field and take a photo. When they walked back to their car, a police officer began questioning them about drugs and handcuffed them before letting them go. The couple said they were stopped because they were Black.
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