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 Posted: Fri Jan 20th, 2017 03:11 am
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Florida Panthers owner Vincent Viola was reportedly accused of punching a concessions worker at a racehorse auction in August, according to Michael S. Schmidt from the New York Times, citing a police report and law officials.

From Wednesday's report:

Police officers did not witness the episode. When officers arrived at the scene, however, the concessions worker had a "swollen bloody lip" and said that Mr. Viola had punched him in the face, according to the police report.

Mr. Viola, 60, a retired Army Ranger who owns the Florida Panthers hockey team, told the police that the man had pushed his wife as she tried to enter a restricted area to get water for a woman who had fainted, the report said. The concessions worker, whose name is redacted from the report, told officers that he did not push Mr. Viola's wife, according to local law enforcement officials.

President-elect Donald Trump nominated Viola as secretary of the Army under his administration. Viola's spokesperson informed the Times that Trump's team knew of the matter.

The spokesperson also released this statement: "Mr. Viola loves his wife and regrets the incident."

The Times obtained another statement from Viola's camp, which explained no charges were filed and that they "consider this matter closed."

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Sacramento Kings forward Matt Barnes is expected to turn himself in to the NYPD on misdemeanor assault charges.

Barnes maintains his innocence in a brawl that broke out in a New York nightclub, but will cooperate with the investigation, according to TMZ Sports.

A "free-for-all" spilled over at Avenue nightclub, police sources described for the New York Daily News. A woman is claiming that Barnes choked her during the fracas, while Barnes says he was trying to defend himself. Another man claims that Kings center DeMarcus Cousins punched him in the head before he was attacked by Barnes' entourage.

The 36-year-old Barnes joined Sacramento on a two-year pact last summer.

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Sacramento Kings center DeMarcus Cousins has been cleared of any wrongdoings in connection to a brawl that took place in December at a New York City nightclub, sources told ESPN's Marc Stein.

Cousins will not be arrested, although teammate Matt Barnes is facing misdemeanor assault charges in connection to the same brawl and is expected to turn himself in despite maintaining his innocence.

Both Kings teammates are the subject of a lawsuit from Jasmine Besiso and Myrone Powell, who allege that they were assaulted. Barnes is accused of having choked Besiso, while Powell claims Cousins punched her in the face as she rushed to Besiso's defense.

A representative for the alleged victims referred to the incident as both "vicious" and "unprovoked," with Cousins' blow to Powell being called a "blindside punch."

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lobo316 wrote: Sacramento Kings forward Matt Barnes is expected to turn himself in to the NYPD on misdemeanor assault charges.

Barnes maintains his innocence in a brawl that broke out in a New York nightclub, but will cooperate with the investigation, according to TMZ Sports.

A "free-for-all" spilled over at Avenue nightclub, police sources described for the New York Daily News. A woman is claiming that Barnes choked her during the fracas, while Barnes says he was trying to defend himself. Another man claims that Kings center DeMarcus Cousins punched him in the head before he was attacked by Barnes' entourage.

The 36-year-old Barnes joined Sacramento on a two-year pact last summer.



A lull in the schedule allowed Sacramento Kings small forward Matt Barnes to turn himself in to the NYPD.
Barnes surrendered Wednesday and was promptly booked on misdemeanor assault charges, police sources told the New York Post. He is expected to be issued a desk appearance ticket.
The Kings don't play again until Friday, which created a gap for Barnes to fly to New York, where he was allegedly involved in a nightclub brawl on Dec. 5. He is accused of choking a woman while punching another man.
Barnes maintains his innocence but is apparently cooperating with the investigation.

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Former Seton Hall forward Herb Pope pleaded guilty on Thursday to robbing a bank in Sewickley, Pa., this past February, according to a report from The Associated Press.

Stephen Misko, Pope's defense attorney, expects his client to get 2-and-a-half years of jail time plus seven years for using a gun during the robbery of Sewickley Savings Bank.

Pope, who grew up in nearby Aliquippa, Pa., was charged with robbery, conspiracy, reckless endangerment and a firearms offense after police say Pope and accomplice Tyler Bridges jumped a counter on Feb. 12, 2016, and robbed the Sewickley Savings Bank, according to The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Police said Pope and Bridges were armed when they took more than $3,500. Handguns, a ski mask and black gloves were found at the home where a car matching a description of the getaway vehicle -- a gold BMW -- was parked, police said.

Aliquippa police Capt. Ryan Pudik said photos from the bank showed the robbers looked like Bridges and Pope, according to the complaint.

Serial numbers of some of the cash was traced to a tattoo artist that Pope and Bridges had paid, police said.

Pope played at Seton Hall from 2008 to 2012, averaging 15.1 points, 10.4 rebounds and 1.7 blocks per game as a senior.

The Star-Ledger has documented his troubled past, including surviving a shooting in 2007 and being arrested for pulling a gun at a bar in 2013.

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Former New York Knicks star Charles Oakley has been charged with three misdemeanor counts of assault and criminal trespassing, the NYPD said, according to ESPN's Ian Begley.
The charges come after a wild scene during a game against the Los Angeles Clippers at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night, where the 53-year-old former NBA power forward was forcibly removed from a courtside seating area by security and then arrested by police.


The situation escalated from Oakley making comments toward MSG chairman James Dolan, according to Begley.
Knicks president Phil Jackson attempted to intervene and calm Oakley, who was reportedly shouting "Dolan did this."
Oakley was booked at the NYPD's Midtown Precinct South and released on a desk appearance ticket, according to multiple reports.
Great scene. An NYPD officer just chanted: "Free Charles Oakley! Free Charles Oakley!"
— Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) February 9, 2017
While still a Gotham fan favorite, Oakley is estranged from the Knicks organization and has not been included in the team's 70th anniversary celebrations this season. He has been highly critical of Dolan in the past, calling him a "bad guy."
The drama is yet another chapter in a Knicks season that is devolving into absurdity with the standoff between Jackson and Carmelo Anthony. Naturally, the New York tabloids had a field day with the latest sideshow:
Slow clap, @NYDailyNews pic.twitter.com/qTG8bnzkqS
— Michael Lee (@MrMichaelLee) February 9, 2017
Tomorrow's cover: Security drags Charles Oakley out of Knicks game in unreal scene https://t.co/0jZaXVsXpppic.twitter.com/0LJwj2lAAs
— New York Post (@nypost) February 9, 2017
The Knicks lost to the Clippers 119-115, their third straight defeat and fifth loss in six games.
















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Former NHL forward Mike Comrie is being investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department after being accused of rape, law enforcement sources told TMZ Sports.

Comrie met a female acquaintance at a bar Saturday and returned to his Los Angeles condo, where she reportedly says he raped her multiple times. The woman said she almost immediately visited Cedars-Sinai Medical Center afterward and underwent an examination for a rape kit.

He acknowledges they had sex but insists it was consensual, sources say.

Comrie skated 589 games in the NHL, last appearing with the Pittsburgh Penguins in 2011.

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Benlen wrote: He'y shit!  Revis wasn't ever a troublemaker here in NY, he was more of a diva



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Superstar wrote: Benlen wrote: He'y shit!  Revis wasn't ever a troublemaker here in NY, he was more of a diva
Sound like some annoying ass fans got the hands of god put on them damn knocked out cold for 10 mins 

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Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman Jung Ho Kang received an eight-month suspended prison sentence in his recent DUI case, reports Jeeho Yoo of Yonhap News.

He won't serve any jail time if he keeps his record clean for two years, according to Yoo.

Kang, who admitted his guilt in February, is free to return to spring training for the Pirates, after being forced to stay in Korea until the verdict was made.

Dash-cam footage showed the 29-year-old driving into a street barrier.

His blood alcohol level was 0.084, above the legal limit of 0.05, and his license was later revoked because it was his third DUI arrest.

The Korean infielder has since agreed to participate in an alcohol treatment program.

Kang appeared in 103 games for the Pirates last season, hitting .255/.354/.513 with 21 home runs and 62 RBIs. He previously finished third in 2015 NL Rookie of the Year voting.

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DENVER - Colorado authorities want probation revoked for Sacramento Kingspoint guard Ty Lawson after they say he tested positive for alcohol three times in the last six months and failed to complete required public service in a 2015 drunken driving case.
Over prosecutors' objections, the former Denver Nugget was sentenced to probation rather than jail last year and ordered to remain sober.
Probation officials issued a summons last week ordering Lawson to appear in court March 22 to respond to their allegations.


A judge will decide then whether Lawson's probation should be revoked and whether he should be sentenced to jail instead.
Before he was sentenced, Lawson completed a court-ordered 30-day residential treatment program at Cliffside Malibu, a celebrity rehabilitation center in California.
His lawyer didn't return a call seeking comment.

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Aldon Smith detained by SF police for public intoxication.



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Jose Reyes appears to be in legal trouble once again.

The New York Mets infielder was suspended by Major League Baseball for 52 games last season after he allegedly assaulted his wife, Katherine Ramirez, during an altercation in a Maui hotel room on Halloween in 2015, and now his ex-girlfriend is suing him for child support.

Christina Sanchez, a model and television host, has filed a suit against Reyes in Nassau County family court, according to her lawyer Steven Gildin, reports Christian Red of the New York Daily News.

"We can sue for child support, but the law doesn't allow us to sue Reyes for not being a good parent to his child," Gildin told the Daily News. "We are suing for financial support, but it would be nice if Christina's child did not have to grow up without a daddy."

Sanchez and Reyes have a 7-year-old daughter, Liyah, together, according to Gildin, who said Reyes is not doing his fatherly duty by providing Sanchez with the necessary financial support. Reyes has been married to his wife, Ramirez, since 2008.

"The law says that you should get 17 percent of the annual income," Gildin explained. "It's not about the money, however. We would take less if Reyes did the right thing and be a daddy to his daughter. Jose and his wife and three daughters live in a $7-million mansion. They are together and have love, and the daughters have any financial item one could desire."

Gildin also went on to address Reyes' incident with his wife in 2015 and how it related to his client, while questioning his attitude towards women.

"It shows us that this athlete has perhaps a problem, has a habit of treating women poorly," he said.

The 33-year-old Reyes is an employee of the Mets, but is currently participating at the World Baseball Classic for the Dominican Republic. Gildin expects him to miss the next scheduled court date for the lawsuit March 22 because of his baseball activities.

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lobo316 wrote: DENVER - Colorado authorities want probation revoked for Sacramento Kingspoint guard Ty Lawson after they say he tested positive for alcohol three times in the last six months and failed to complete required public service in a 2015 drunken driving case.
Over prosecutors' objections, the former Denver Nugget was sentenced to probation rather than jail last year and ordered to remain sober.
Probation officials issued a summons last week ordering Lawson to appear in court March 22 to respond to their allegations.


A judge will decide then whether Lawson's probation should be revoked and whether he should be sentenced to jail instead.
Before he was sentenced, Lawson completed a court-ordered 30-day residential treatment program at Cliffside Malibu, a celebrity rehabilitation center in California.
His lawyer didn't return a call seeking comment.





DENVER - Sacramento Kings point guard Ty Lawson has denied that he violated his probation in a Colorado drunken driving case by drinking and failing to complete community service.
Lawson and his attorney Harvey Steinberg made the assertion Thursday during a brief appearance in a Denver courtroom. In addition, Steinberg said Lawson wanted his vehicle equipped with an interlock device that would test him for alcohol consumption so he could prove he's not drinking.
The judge agreed and plans to hold a hearing in May before deciding whether the former Denver Nugget should get a more severe punishment.
Probation officials allege Lawson tested positive for alcohol three times in the past six months.
He was arrested twice on drunken driving charges in 2015, first in Denver and then in Los Angeles.

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