Marshall Henderson, Erin Andrews

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Twitter digs don't get forgotten!

Just ask Marshall Henderson, who waited nearly two years to get back at Erin Andrews for her tweet regarding his 2013 NCAA suspension. Henderson, then a college basketball star at Ole Miss, vowed to save Andrews' tweet for a later day.

That day, in Henderson's eyes, turned out to be yesterday, when news broke that the Fox Sports reporter's boyfriend Jarret Stoll had been arrested Friday on felony drug charges. Per NBC News, the Los Angeles Kings center was accused of having cocaine and ecstasy with him when he was arrested at the MGM Grand hotel's Wet Republic pool complex in Las Vegas; Stoll was released on $5,000 bond late that night.

Henderson, who now plays basketball professionally in Iraq, couldn't resist reminding Andrews' about her earlier tweet...

As for Stoll? He's due back in court July 1. According to a police report obtained by E! News, the results of toxicology reports on the alleged narcotics will likely not be available for several weeks. Formal charges have not yet been filed and will not be filed until police receive those results and are able to fully review the case.

And his NHL future? Well, the L.A. Kings released the following statement Monday regarding his arrest: "We are aware of police reports out of Clark County, Nevada regarding Jarret Stoll. Our organization is concerned and has begun conducting a thorough internal investigation. While we continue to actively gather facts, we are withholding further comment at this time."

Andrews, FWIW, has yet to publicly address her boyfriend's arrest or Henderson's tweets.

— Additional reporting by Lindsay Good

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