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Fred Davis, a tight end for the Washington Redskins, was in court last week for this incident that was caught on video. Davis was at a DC Nightclub when he dumped his drink on a woman and appeared to throw the bottle at her after doing so. Here’s what he said happened, under oath, in court:
Davis repeatedly denied throwing the bottle, even after a video of the incident was shown in court clearly showing Davis throwing the bottle at Chaka. (I personally saw the video footage of the incident played at least four times in court.)
“I didn’t throw the bottle—the bottle came out of my hand,” he said at one point.
“I release it, I didn’t throw it.”
“I didn’t throw it at her. Period.”
Watch the video and determine for yourself whether he threw it on purpose or not. Something tells me that a bottle doesn’t just come out of your hand at that velocity.
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