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Posted at 2:02 PM ET, 01/ 4/2011

This just in...: Gucci Mane; Chris Matthews's in-laws

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Gucci Mane, 2009. (AP/John Bazemore)

  • A judge sent Gucci Mane to a mental facility on Monday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports, after the rapper filed a plea that he was "incompetent" to participate in his latest probation revocation hearing.

  • A distant in-law of Chris and Kathleen Matthews has been charged in connection with a major marijuana bust off the coast of Mississippi. Police told the Cape Cod Times that James Ormonde Staveley-O'Carroll -- a Massachusetts shipbuilder who is father of the MSNBC anchor and the Marriott VP's new daughter-in-law -- was captain of a sailboat found to be carrying more than 4,000 pounds of pot from Jamaica in late November. Sarah Staveley-O'Carroll and Michael Matthews, both Brown alums, wed last spring.

  • By The Reliable Source  | January 4, 2011; 2:02 PM ET
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    Always knew he was crazy. Just take a second and ready through some of these quotes. Gucci Mane Quotes

    Posted by: daily-top-10 | January 4, 2011 10:36 PM | Report abuse

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