Redskins’ Fred Davis Accused of Hitting Woman With Champagne Bottle | BlackSportsOnline

Redskins’ Fred Davis Accused of Hitting Woman With Champagne Bottle

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, January 6th, 2011
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Fellas I don’t know how many times I have to tell you this.

If a young lady is not interested in your advances it doesn’t matter if you are NFL Player, Rapper, Dollarnaire or Raz B, you just have to walk away.

There are three billion women in the world, just because one doesn’t think you are fly, no need to even worry about it. But when you mix in alcohol, late night clubbing and the ego of a professional athlete these type of situations take place:

According to law enforcement sources, Davis — a 2nd round draft pick in 2008 — was identified as a suspect in a police report filed early this morning … after an alleged altercation between the NFL player and a female clubgoer.

The woman told police she was hanging out at Josephine nightclub — when Davis approached her in an “aggressive” manner and grabbed her … so she threw a drink on him.

A short time later, she claims, Davis retaliated by throwing a drink back on her — and then striking her in the lip with an object. Sources at the club tell us the woman claimed she was hit with a champagne bottle.

Law enforcement sources tell us the club is equipped with surveillance cameras which captured the confrontation … and cops will review the footage.

I am going to give Davis the benefit of the doubt, because it is always innocent until proven guilty, but the point is don’t even get in a situation that  becomes something you have to defend yourself.

If you walk away from it there is no story and no police report.

Plus you are a grown man, men don’t throw drinks. Are you a Basketball Wife or a man?

Smarten Up Nas

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