Former Michigan State Spartans football player Jermaine Edmondson recorded a claim against Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green over an asserted ambush that happened in East Lansing, Michigan, in July 2016.
As indicated by TMZ Sports, Edmondson said he got dangers following the occurrence and “wakes up crying.”
“I think about what happened with Draymond every day,” Edmondson said. “I still feel his hand on my jaw.”
The Undefeated’s Marc J. Lances shared an announcement from Green:
Warriors forward Draymond Green statement regarding lawsuit. pic.twitter.com/NzIOW8FFd3
— Marc J. Spears (@MarcJSpearsESPN) July 25, 2017
MLive.com’s Brendan F. Quinn detailed an officer at the scene heard “a noisy slap stable,” and another officer wrote of seeing a black man “open-handedly slap another black male across the face.”
Capturing officer Jeff Horn wrote in his report that Green “[indicated] that he was sorry for slapping the subject and wanted to speak with him to make things right.”
Authorities arrested Green on July 10, 2016, on a charge of wrongdoing threatening behavior. A little over a week later, Green reached a plea deal that saw the charge reduced to a civil infraction, and he paid $560 in fines and court fees.