NFL Player Jacoby Jones Reportedly Hit With Bottle By Stripper! [Details]
Rucuss staffSeptember 24, 2013
Baltimore Ravens player Bryant McKinnie celebrated his 34th birthday with a few of his teammates and friends in Washington, D.C.
McKinnie and his teammates reportedly went out partying in D.C. on Sunday to celebrate his birthday after their victory over the Houston Texans. The group took a party bus to D.C. to celebrate. But things took a turn for the worse towards the end of the night.
According to TMZ, some of the Ravens players were involved in a fight on the party bus at 3 a.m. after leaving the Opera Ultra Lounge. Sources told TMZ that at least one stripper, named Sweet Pea, was on board the bus and allegedly hit Jacoby Jones over the head with a bottle during the fight.
One eyewitness tells us he saw a bottle being swung at Jacoby Jones — it connected with his head and hurt him. We’re told an ambulance was called ‘for a bleeding male’ but he was not taken to the hospital.
Our sources say a stripper named Sweet Pea is the one who hit Jacoby with a gigantic Ace of Spades bottle and this may have triggered the brawl. We’re told the bottle smashed over his head and he was ‘bleeding everywhere.’”
Jones’ friends tried to retaliate against the stripper and that McKinnie stepped in and stopped them. McKinnie then reportedly got into a fight with one of Jacoby’s friends. Police were called to the scene but no arrests were made.
Sweet Pea, who loves to wear blonde weave, and McKinnie appear to be old friends. McKinnie recently posted a throwback Thursday photo of Sweet Pea and a few other women on social media. Check out a few photos of Sweet Pea below.
Photos via BustedCoverage.com and TMZ
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