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Your Morning Dump… Where Perk tells his side of the story

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“He was not drinking alcohol, nor was he intoxicated,” said Denise White, CEO and founder of EAG Sports Management. “Not one drop of alcohol Friday night. We're not sure why they said Kendrick was intoxicated.”

White said the altercation early Saturday morning stemmed from Perkins attempting to collect money from the club manager with whom he had struck a deal for the use of the establishment as an after party site wrapping up the event. The money, White said, was to go to Perkins' foundation, which aims to help children learn life skills and drug-awareness. According to White, the club owner became combative with Perkins and refused to hand over the money. An assistant to Perkins diffused the situation before “the lone policeman inside the club started harassing Kendrick to leave,” White said. Once outside, White said, another officer became more combative with Perkins, pushing him and grabbing his arm. Perkins, White said, was upset and pulled away. The officer then arrested him.

“We still don't know why he was physical with Kendrick,” White said.

According to White, Jackson, a member of the Milwaukee Bucks, was threatened with arrest for trying to calm the situation. Rondo had returned to his hotel and was not at the club. Durant, Harden and Maynor are not believed to have been at the club.

“These cops were out of hand,” White said.

Adams is considering filing a police brutality complaint against the arresting officers.

Oklahoman – Perkins wants to clear his name

It took a few days, but we finally are hearing Kendrick Perkins' version of the story. And it's a lot different than what Beaumont cops fed the media over the weekend.

As the self-appointed judge of the court of Red's Army, I have reached a verdict.

Kendrick Perkins… not guilty. I hearby sentence the Beaumont police to… living the remainder of your life in Beaumont.

Case adjourned.

The rest of the links:

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  • Orb

    All hail the judge!

  • They have a saying in Texas…. “It’s your story, you can tell it any way you like”

  • Take this as you may.
    I lived in Houston for two years (2008-2010) and I took road trips from Houston to Boston twice a year and my boss in Texas told me to be careful in Beaumont because their police are famous for doing unlawful events. They have been known to pull over 18 wheeler trucks and confiscating money and personal items from truck drivers. The police down south are corrupt, or can be corrupt and I wouldn’t doubt it if the club owner and police officer were buddies.
    Having said this, i agree with Perkins party however, it did take a little while to get this information out… but we will see what happens.

  • I believe Perk. Small town redneck Texas cops got their names in the papers and that’s truth enough for them.
    Outside of Austin, you could flush the entire state down the toilet and nobody would miss it.