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Erin Andrews Comment on 'DWTS' a Jab at Her Drug-Accused Boyfriend?

By    |   Tuesday, 21 Apr 2015 07:39 PM

Erin Andrews made a comment about the virtues of staying in on “Dancing with the Stars” and some are speculating whether the remark was a jab at her boyfriend, Los Angeles Kings hockey player Jarret Stoll, who was arrested on suspicion of carrying drugs.

Andrews, who hasn’t publically acknowledged the arrest, made the comment after Willow Shields' performance this week.

"That was really fun. I've never done a dance like that!" Shields said.

"What do you mean you've never done a dance like that before?" Andrews said. "What do you usually do on spring break?"

Shields replied that she usually stays home and watches movies, to which Andrews said: "There's nothing wrong with that. I feel like some other people should learn from you."

Stoll is accused of carrying cocaine and ecstasy at MGM Grand hotel's Wet Republic pool and could face felony drug charges depending on the outcome of a toxicology report. He is set to appear in court on July 1.

Meanwhile, basketball player Marshall Henderson, who was suspended from Ole Miss in 2013 after he failed a drug test, took a shot at Andrews, tweeting "lol wassup with your boyfriend?!" At the time of Henderson’s suspension, Andrews had tweeted, “He mocking anyone now?”

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Erin Andrews made a comment about the virtues of staying in on "Dancing with the Stars" and some are speculating whether the remark was a jab at her boyfriend, Los Angeles Kings hockey player Jarret Stoll, who was arrested on suspicion of carrying drugs.
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