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Former Destiny’s Child star arrested

Former Destiny’s Child star arrested

AND THEN THERE WERE THREE:Farrah Franklin, seen here (third from left) with Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams, was dismissed from the group in 2000. Photo: Associated Press

Former Destiny’s Child star Farrah Franklin has been released on bail following an early morning arrest in South Carolina on Sunday.

The singer was booked for disorderly conduct, according to TMZ.com.

Details of her arrest are unclear, but Franklin was released on Sunday afternoon.

Franklin was briefly a member of Beyoncé’s girl group before she was dismissed in 2000, leaving the group a trio with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams.

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