Fred Davis Goes to Trial for Assaulting Woman, Throwing Bottle in Nightclub

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Behold: How not to make it rain.

Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis continues a strange uphill battle in court after a 2011 incident where he allegedly splashed a drink on a woman and threw a pitcher in her face. 

The trial for the incident began last Monday with Davis attempting to defend himself against this video evidence taken from a Washington D.C. nightclub.

As you can see, the alleged bottle-throwing in question may not be considered “alleged” for too long. However, Davis remains firm that the plaintiff threw a drink at him first, and that he did not throw the container. He just let go of it.

“I didn’t throw the bottle—the bottle came out of my hand,” said Davis during the proceedings. “I didn’t throw it at her. Period.”

The plaintiff—a 34-year-old Baltimore woman named Makini R. Chaka—is asking $350,000 in punitive damages for the drink-throwing attack, claiming Davis caused her physical, emotional and property damages. 

“My boots, which were suede, were damaged by the acid in the juice.”

Feel free to watch and judge for yourself for yourself how this whole think went down, but it looks like Davis is going to end up having to pay a weighty dry-cleaning bill. 

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Lets talk on Twitter, where Fred Davis can’t juice our suede shoes: Dr__Carson

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