Ousted National Security Advisor Michael Flynn’s Son's Secret Druggy Past Revealed!

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Jun. 28 2017, Updated 11:00 a.m. ET

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Maybe it’s for the best President Trump booted his first security adviser, Michael Flynn. After all, has learned the retired army general can’t even keep a close eye on his own son!

An extensive investigation conducted by Radar has uncovered never-before-revealed arrest reports of 30-year-old Matthew T. Flynn, who has been busted TWICE on drug charges.


According to the official documents, Matthew was pinched for marijuana possession in North Carolina on Jan. 28, 2005.

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He only avoided a prison stay because he was carrying less than a half-ounce of weed — allowing the judge to hit him with a Class 3 misdemeanor slap on the wrist.

Matthew got lucky again on March 14, 2006, when he was busted a second time for possession of paraphernalia. He faced up to 45 days behind bars on the misdemeanor charge, but got off easy with a fine.

With his dad facing possible criminal charges after covering up his connections to Russia, Matthew has been laying low at home — posting concert videos and pictures online.

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