It was revealed Saturday that octagon girl Arianny Celeste had been arrested in Las Vegas for alleged domestic violence, adding to a disastrous run of recent luck for the UFC.
The UFC's longtime cardholder didn't show up to Saturday night's UFC 146: Dos Santos vs. Mir fight card until about halfway through the pay-per-view broadcast and there were rumors preceding that she wouldn't be appearing at the event at all as a result of the arrest.
"It's her personal business," White said (transcribed from this video courtesy MMAFighting). "That's my baby, we love her. She's been with us forever. She's a good girl and we're one hundred percent behind her. … Arianny's been around for a long time and she's been making money for a long time. This was just a personal issue that I don't know enough about. But I know enough about her that we got her."
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