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Kim Kardashian West's marble mystery, Shia LaBeouf's arrest and more ICYMI news

Wonderwall Logo By Mark Gray of Wonderwall | Slide 1 of 10: <p>It wasn't cocaine. It wasn't sugar either. It was, well, marble. <a href="http://www.wonderwall.com/celebrity/profiles/overview/kim-kardashian-west-336.article">Kim Kardashian West</a> was the subject of <a href="http://www.wonderwall.com/news/kim-kardashian-cocaine-snapchat-slams-accusations-3007908.article">drug rumors</a> this week because of what appeared to be a powdery substance on a table in one of her video clips. Kim was promoting her kids clothing line on Snapchat when fans noticed some white lines behind her. Immediately, commenters thought the worst. Kim quickly defended herself and claimed it was sugar, as she had just taken her kids to a candy store. However, the next day, Kim noticed the lines were still there, so she went over to the "sugar" and quickly realized it was simply the natural veining of the marble tabletop. She rubbed her fingers over it to prove that it was marble. Just call this the most innocent "drug scandal" of all time.</p>

It wasn't cocaine. It wasn't sugar either. It was, well, marble. Kim Kardashian West was the subject of drug rumors this week because of what appeared to be a powdery substance on a table in one of her video clips. Kim was promoting her kids clothing line on Snapchat when fans noticed some white lines behind her. Immediately, commenters thought the worst. Kim quickly defended herself and claimed it was sugar, as she had just taken her kids to a candy store. However, the next day, Kim noticed the lines were still there, so she went over to the "sugar" and quickly realized it was simply the natural veining of the marble tabletop. She rubbed her fingers over it to prove that it was marble. Just call this the most innocent "drug scandal" of all time.

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