Tatum O'Neal and John McEnroe's Son Arrested, Accused of Cocaine Possession

He also allegedly had 20 white oxycodone pills on him, among other drugs.

— -- Kevin McEnroe, son of tennis icon John McEnroe and actress Tatum O'Neal, was arrested Tuesday night in New York City for alleged possession of cocaine.

He was busted in the East Village section of Manhattan during what police said was a cocaine deal, when they allegedly observed the 27-year-old buying drugs after 11:20 p.m.

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Police said he was in possession of six clear bags of cocaine, a muscle relaxant, 20 white oxycodone pills and 10 unidentified orange pills.

The police charged him with possession of a controlled substance and he will be arraigned later this afternoon in a lower Manhattan court.

O'Neal, who agreed to enter a treatment program in 2008 after her arrest on misdemeanor criminal possession, had called the cops after she was looking for her son.