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Less than a month ago, quarterback Patrick Mahomes made NFL history by winning Super Bowl LVII with the Kansas City Chiefs, but now he is experiencing an unpleasant episode because his younger brother is involved in an alleged assault scandal.
It turns out that Jackson Mahomes is being investigated by the authorities due to an alleged double assault. The first would be of a sexual nature against the owner of the establishment in Overland Park last weekend and the second would have been against a worker.
Aspen Vaughn, owner of the restaurant, told her version of the events to The Star and hinted that the quarterback’s brother could have been under the influence of some drug.
“He forcefully kissed me out of the blue and I say, pushing him away, ‘what are you doing?’ and then he did it again two more times, where the last time I was pushing him and I can see on the cameras that someone was outside the office door and I was yelling at them to come help because he’s big and huge.”counted.
According to the information, the situation would have been generated on February 25 at the Aspens Restaurant and Lounge. The local police even spoke out through a statement. “The Police Department is aware of the incident that occurred at a business near 151st and Metcalf.”
They also made it publicly known that the investigation is ongoing and it could be counterproductive to reveal any further details.
Through social networks, a video emerged in which it would be seen how the little one of the Mahomes allegedly touches and tries to kiss her on multiple occasions.
What does the Mahomes environment say?
Brandan Davies, Jackson’s lawyer, assured that his client is innocent and the first indications would indicate the accusations are false.
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