Friday, August 31, 2012

MANHATTAN KANSAS - A PIT BULL OWNED BY KANSAS STATE'S ANDRE MCDONALD ATTACKED A MAN IN DECEMBER 2011 - HE IS BEING SUED

Kansas State tight end - ANDRE MCDONALD - is being sued by a Manhattan resident, Brandon Robb.  Robb filed the lawsuit against McDonald in Riley County Court for $60,000.   According to court documents Robb alleges that McDonald's  PIT BULL  bit him "NUMEROUS TIMES" on December 23, 2011, in the 2400 block of Himes Road while he was walking another dog.  He is seeking compensation "for past and future pain and suffering, past and future mental anguish, permanent disfigurement and permanent physical injuries."

This all comes 2 days after the junior from Choctaw OK,  began serving a 5-day sanction for violating Manhattan's "DANGEROUS DOG ORDINANCE, A VIOLATION OF HIS PROBATION THAT STEMMED FROM A 2011 ARREST.  Kansas State coach Bill Snyder said earlier this week that McDonald will not play against Missouri State on Saturday.

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1 comment:

Your Quiet Neighbor said...

Expect to see a lot more lawsuits like this one. The plaintiffs' bar sees a target-rich opportunity.

Pit bull owners, you're going down.