Rockets’ Sterling Brown Shown Bloodied After Strip Club Fight!
Back on April 19, it was reported Houston Rockets Sterling Brown had been in an altercation outside of a strip club. Read on…
SLATER SCOOP: Police opened an internal investigation because of the cops interactions with Kevin Porter Jr. and Sterling Brown, I’ve learned.
This is the reason part of the body-cam video is muted, for now.
— Andy Slater (@AndySlater) April 27, 2021
CelebnSports247.com reports that Brown needed hospitalization after he was hit with a bottle in the head.
Now, new footage that was taken from a police bodycam shows just how bad the altercation got.
Sterling Brown can be seen trying to control the heavy bleeding with his shirt. His companion has a heated argument with the police.
According to The Blast:
Police footage shows when they arrived on the scene to find the confused Brown and his teammate Kevin Porter Jr. The two men proceeded to have an argument with the police officers on the scene before Brown was ultimately taken to the hospital.
Houston radio show personality Andy Slater reports who released the video on Twitter the police are launching an investigation into the verbal altercation between the NBA players and the police. That’s why the video was released without the original audio track.
At this time it’s not exactly clear what the police and the NBA players were discussing. Presumably, police found the story of someone sneaking up on Brown and then running off hard to believe. This is sadly not the first time Brown has had problems with the police.
Sterling Brown Always In The Wrong Place:
Brown seems to be the type of person that is continuously in the wrong place at the wrong time. Back in 2018, he was the NBA player that was wrongfully tased and subsequently subdued by police in Milwaukee when he played for the local team the Bucks.
From the looks of things, his past experiences have certainly made his interactions with police difficult. We are still waiting to hear what exactly is being investigated by the Police about the conversation that the players had with officers.
The Houston Rockets team that Brown plays for has yet to release a public statement regarding the video. On the day of the incident, the team’s head coach did issue a comment on Brown’s situation.
He acknowledged that the team had learned of what had happened and that the injuries Brown had sustained were going to keep him away from the court
Stephen Silas on Sterling Brown who the Rockets said was the victim of an assault, but expected to make a full recovery: “I have spoken to him and he’s doing better..Thankfully he’s gonna be okay.” Stephen says Sterling is with the team in Miami. pic.twitter.com/Bf7e8vQ733
— Mark Berman (@MarkBermanFox26) April 19, 2021
Sterling Brown was with the team on a Miami road trip when the altercation took place.