VIDEO Broncos WR Cody Latimer Pepper Sprayed By Strip Club Bouncer in February Incident
"Broncos receiver Cody Latimer was pepper sprayed by a bouncer during a fight outside an OH strip club ... and TMZ Sports has the insane footage". Charges were not filed and the police are not investigating the incident.
According to TMZ, Latimer was attempting to enter Diamonds Cabaret near Dayton, Ohio, with his uncle and friend but got into a disagreement with the bouncer over the club's dress code. There weren't any cops called.
We spoke to Latimer who tells us he was involved in the scuffle, but was simply trying to deescalate the situation. "That's it. It happened six months ago".
He tweeted a response later Sunday in which he said he has "been through so many positive life changes and have grown so much since February 20, and this situation is in the past".
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National Football League receiver Cody Latimer, #14 of the Denver Broncos, reacts as the Broncos defeat the Carolina Panthers 24-10 during Super Bowl 50 at Levi's Stadium on February 7, 2016, in Santa Clara, California.
As a result, the Broncos have since issued an official statement regarding the matter.
Taken in the second round of the 2014 NFL Draft, Latimer ranks seventh in IN history in receptions (135) and receiving yards (2,042) and would rank higher had he chose to stay for his senior season.
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