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Cry Baby Keaton Jones' Daddy Is A Neo-Nazi Skin Head


Keaton Jones' estranged father is a white supremacist and a felon with 'Pure Breed' and 'White Pride' tattoos who posted 'Aryan race' memes on Facebook before going to prison

The estranged father of tween at the center of a Tennessee bullying scandal, has a history of sharing white supremacy propaganda on Facebook, it has been revealed. Keaton Jones's father, Shawn White, has been in prison since May 2015 for a probation violation related to a 2012 aggravated assault conviction. But before he was locked up, he shared a series of Facebook photos wearing an 'SS' sweatshirt and showing off his 'Pure Breed' and 'White Pride' tattoos. The convict at Knox County Jail also has a neck tattoo of 'CWB', which is connected to the Crazy White Boy gang. It's unclear what type of relationship White has with Keaton, who shares a last name with his mother. White last shared a photo of his son in 2015. White's Facebook photos have emerged a day after Keaton's mother, Kimberly, broke down in tears while discussing the backlash against photos she posted showing herself and her son posing with Confederate flags. Source


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