On Wednesday, the body cam footage from Johnny Damon’s arrest was launched.
Damon, 47, was arrested in Florida in February. The previous Main League Baseball star was booked on fees of driving beneath the affect (DUI) and resisting a police officer with out violence.
The previous MLB star reportedly had a BAC of .20, when the authorized restrict is .08. Nonetheless, TMZ Sports’ police report details stated in any other case. The police report additionally had particulars on Damon’s spouse position within the arrest.
TMZ Sports activities has obtained the police report … wherein cops say Johnny Damon’s blood-alcohol stage was .30, almost FOUR TIMES the authorized restrict. Cops additionally say Damon’s spouse was within the automobile on the time of the arrest — and describe her as being utterly uncontrolled. The truth is, cops say Michelle Mangan-Damon was uncooperative, combative — and at one level, she really pushed a police officer.
Within the arrest video, Damon might be heard telling the officers “blue lives matter.” He additionally introduced up the truth that he was an expert baseball participant who supported President Trump.
Wild Video of Johnny Damon and his spouse getting arrested for resisting arrest throughout DUI cease.
On the finish of video Damon and his spouse telling officers “Blue Lives Matter”pic.twitter.com/4QPHOPSaUh
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) March 10, 2021
Damon is rightfully getting closely criticized for his arrest and the way he behaved within the video.
Good morning to everybody however Johnny Damon…driving drunk is without doubt one of the most egocentric issues you are able to do ESPECIALLY in a time when Uber and Lyft exist.
— Tim Brooks 🧀🧀🧀 (@TimBrookss) March 10, 2021
between Johnny Damon and Curt Schilling if I had been a Crimson Sox fan I would ship again not less than one World Collection title
— Jack Waldron (@hwoodjackson) March 10, 2021
I imply Johnny Damon did name his autobiography “Fool”
— Ken Great (@KenTremendous) March 10, 2021
Damon performed within the MLB from 1995 to 2012. He was a two-time All-Star and two-time World Collection champion.