Nope, Beyoncés not posing for a mug shot. Or Kelly Rowland. We have to dig deeper into the Destiny's Child has-beens to find Farrah Franklin, who was a D.C. member for all of five months back in 2000.
Now she's making news for the wrong kind of reason following her arrest over the weekend. Sounds like she was collared for some diva-like shenanigans...
Officially she was arrested for disorderly conduct in Culver City, Calif.
While there was no immediate word on the circumstances of her arrest, according to the Los Angeles Sheriff's database, the 29-year-old Franklin was taken into custody at approximately 6:45 a.m. on Saturday.
The crooner subsequently was booked and released later that day after posing a $100 bond.
Earlier, Franklin took to Twitter to report that she was in Culver City that day for her two cousins' birthday dinner.
As fans know, Beyoncé's dad and Destiny's manager, Matthew Knowles, dumped Franklin in mid-2000 after she failed to show up for several appearances and concerts, paving the way for Michelle Williams to become the third and final member of what became the best-selling girl group of all time.
Franklin has since gone on to a so-so solo career, collaborating with the likes of Method Man and Sean Paul and most recently appearing on Bravo's Millionaire Matchmaker.
UPDATE 2:11 p.m. PT: In a statement to TMZ, Franklin says was targeted and mistreated by the police:
"Unfortunately, I am the latest victim on what seems to be a growing list of those who are racially profiled and mistreated by Culver City Police. I was manhandled by the arresting officers."
"There were no female officers on duty and I was required to take off my top and treated unfairly.
"I am really upset about all that has taken place. I have never had a run in with the law before Saturday."