Was Cam Newton really suspended from the Auburn football team?

This issue that goes back in the year 2009/2010 was false. Newton being suspended by the NCAA was not true.

The allegations that Cam Newton's father sought money for his football services first burst into the open in 2009.

In a statement released by the NCAA, the NCAA's associate director of enforcement Jackie Thurnes told Auburn athletic director Jay Jacobs that the Tigers had no major violations and have ended their investigation in signing of Cam Newton.

Over 50 interviews were conducted in regards to Cam Newton over an alleged pay-for-play scenario, along with documents obtained by the NCAA including bank statements, IRS tax documents, phone records and e-mail messages.

You can read every details of the story at Atlanta.sbnation.com.

In the news: Cam Newton laughed and made light of a female reporter who asked about one of his teammates, saying it was "funny to hear a female" ask the question. Get more scoop at ESPN.com.

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