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Zach Randolph Now Being Accused of Strip Club Beatdown

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, May 27th, 2010
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Yesterday, we reported on how Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph was being investigated in Indianapolis of being Nino Brown of a marijuana ring.

Today, Randolph and his crew are being accused of beating down a guy in a L.A. strip club.  Randolph is having a rough couple of days.  Here are the details from

According to the Gardena Police Department, officers responded to Starz strip club around 2 AM Wednesday morning — after someone called 911 claiming a man named Gary Ferguson had been badly beaten by someone in Zach Randolph’s crew.

Ferguson told police Zach was present at the club — but did not strike him during the alleged attack.

But according to Ferguson, it’s not the first time he’s had a violent encounter with the Memphis Grizzlies player.

As TMZ previously reported, Ferguson sued Randolph last year — claiming the NBA star attacked him in a pizza joint back in 2008. That case is set to go to trial in September.

Randolph might want to reconsider the type of friends he is hanging out with.  Then again, maybe Randolph is the ringleader of the hoodlums.  He is just lucky he isn’t in the NFL because he would have already been suspended by Roger Goodell.  In the NBA, things like running a weed ring and strip club beatdowns are normal.  It wasn’t like he brought guns to the office or anything.

Pacman Jones found this report comical.

Thanks to for the scoop.

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  1. Pacman says:

    I wasnt invited?

  2. Laurie N says:

    Hello, just browsed by. Neat stuff. Cya.

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