Fred Davis is under investigation that he assulted a woman at a D.C. night club. He has denied that he “assulted” her, but admitted to some contact including throwing a drink at her.
Police are investigating an altercation in a D.C. nightclub early Thursday in which Redskins tight end Fred Davis and a Baltimore woman allegedly threw drinks in each other’s faces. The incident occurred about 1 a.m. in Josephine, a dance club at Vermont and L streets NW, and the woman, who told authorities she is an “NFL consultant,” suffered a cut lip in the commotion, a police report says. No charges have been filed.
Davis, 24, who could not be located to comment, is not named in the report, but the Redskins acknowledged that his behavior at the club is the focus of a police inquiry. “We are attempting to gather all the facts and will defer comment until that process is complete,” the team said in a statement. The woman, Makini R. Chaka, 31, also declined to comment, except to confirm that the incident involved Davis.
The report, which identifies Davis only as “S1,” (short for “suspect”) says Chaka told police that she threw a drink in S1’s face after he grabbed her wrist and used an obscenity. Minutes later, S1 threw a drink in her face on the dance floor, she told police.
Security video shows that Chaka “attempted to go after S1″ but was “prevented by people between them,” one of whom “elbowed” her by accident, cutting her lip, the report says.